In a segment for the comedian’s chat show, James gave the Duke of Sussex his first tour around Los Angeles from an open-top double-decker bus.
To make the prince feel at home, James even arranged for the pair to have an afternoon tea while they enjoyed their tour.
As they stopped off at the house where the 1990s sitcom was filmed, James asked Prince Harry whether he knew the iconic song.
He then proceeded to rap the theme tune, originally performed by Will Smith, and it’s everything we wanted and more.
The duo went on to knock on the door of the house where James asked the current owner how much she would sell it to Prince Harry and Meghan for.
Prince Harry nailed the Fresh Prince rap (Picture: CBS)
‘Give me an offer,’ she said to the Prince.
‘I’ve got a house,’ he laughed.
James chipped in: ‘Think how cool it would be to go I’m a Prince, I live in the house of the Fresh Prince.’
The duo even knocked on the door of the iconic house (Picture: CBS)
Avoiding the subject completely, Prince Harry went on to ask the owner of the house if he could use her toilet.
During the chat, the Duke of Sussex also spoke about his relationship with Meghan as he explained that they spent their first few dates at home.
I don’t think James was expecting that (Picture: CBS)
‘We got to spend an enormous amount of time just the two of us,’ he began.
‘There were no distractions, and that was great, it was an amazing thing. We went from zero to 60 in the first two months.’
Prince Harry also opened up about his relationship with Meghan Markle (Picture: Karwai Tang/WireImage)
James went on to quiz Prince Harry about what a ‘regular night in’ looks like for the couple.
He went on to add that after they bath and put their son Archie to bed, they spend the evening together watching game show Jeopardy! or something on Netflix.
It comes after it was reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they were set to appear in a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The 90-minute interview was announced by CBS and is set to air next month.
Writing for the Express, Judy said: ‘The couple who left the UK because they wanted privacy will talk, but only on their terms. They will talk, but not to us.
‘Not to the British public who loved Harry, worried about him, were thrilled when he married Meghan, so chuffed when he had his little son. He has totally rejected us.’