Stormzy offers to perform at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding: 'If I get an invite'

Grime star took home three awards at this year's MOBOs and suggested he could play 'a lil acoustic' for the couple on their big day

Thursday 30 November 2017 09:25
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Stormzy with his three MOBO Awards at the 2017 ceremony in Leeds
Stormzy with his three MOBO Awards at the 2017 ceremony in Leeds

Grime star Stormzy has offered to perform at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.

The musician, 24, was photographed with Harry earlier this year at the WellChild Awards and may be hoping for an invitation to the royal wedding next Spring.

Speaking after he won three of the top prizes at Wednesday night's MOBO Awards, Stormzy said he would not mind providing "a little acoustic for young Harry" on his big day.

Asked if he would be going he said: "If I get an invite. I don't know how up the priority list I'll be but hopefully after these three MOBOs I'll f****** move up a bit."

The south London musician scooped the best album prize for his debut release Gang Signs & Prayer as well as best male and best grime star at the awards show in Leeds on Wednesday night.

Struggling to hold his three awards as he posed for photographs, he joked: "This ain't good when you're drunk is it? Don't drop them, don't drop them..."

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