Prince Harry shades Liam Payne raising eyebrows at performance at the Common Wealth service

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Oh Liam just can’t catch a break can he? Even the royals are having a pop now.

And Prince Harry, what a lad for brazenly mocking the former One Directioner following his Commonwealth Day service performance. Yeah Hazza, only half the country watching your face at the moment you shaded Liam. No biggie.

Prince Harry shades Liam Payne raising eyebrows at performance
Harry’s more of a Zayn fan (Picture; BBC)

While still shrugging off his epic Instagram fail of trying to be gangsta with a ‘zero fucks’ post, Liam Payne has earned himself a ribbing from a royal over his slightly cringe-worthy ending to his performance of a John Mayer hit.

British singer-songwriter Liam Payne performs during a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in central London, on March 12, 2018. Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has been the Head of the Commonwealth throughout her reign. Organised by the Royal Commonwealth Society, the Service is the largest annual inter-faith gathering in the United Kingdom. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTHKIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/AFP/Getty Images
Liam got a mocking from the royals (Picture: AFP)

As he finished, he turned around to fist bump his musicians in a way cooler move than he could get away with.

And basically, he didn’t get away with it because the camera then cut to Prince Harry who raised a cheeky ‘what the heck was that’ eyebrow. Meghan could then be seen doubling over in absolute stitches at the shade thrown by her fiance.

Those two. #RoyalCoupleGoals.

Poor Liam though, here’s hoping he doesn’t watch that back and make himself cringe.

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