Anthony Joshua dropped in on Prince Harry as a royal guest altered the Radio 4 Today program.
The heavyweight champion wished him the good luck with his brief part and furthermore saluted him on everything this year, including his engagement to Meghan Markle.
What’s more, maybe the royals is reassessing his choices for best man as Joshua flippantly tossed his cap in the ring ahead of the wedding next May.
The IBF, IBO and WBA champs shared a photo from his visit to the studio, including a subtitle which read: ‘Back to work toward the beginning of today! Congratulations on everything this year and no weight on the R4 visitor alter! P.S. Need a best man?’
Joshua and Prince Harry were imagined visiting nearby moderator Gary Richardson.
They likewise played out the trademark ‘grasped clench hand’ posture at the BBC workplaces.
The 33-year-old ruler has taken control of the mainstream radio show temorarily and is visitor altering from 6am to 9am.
During his interview on the show, Joshua spoke about the challenges he faces and responsibility of being a role model with his performance so far in the ring.
He said: ‘Winning is the easy part. Taking on the responsibility of being a champion is the hard part.
‘It’s important to be real – we do make mistakes, and we are not perfect but we are trying,’ he added.
Joshua is preparing for what he hopes with be another stellar year in the ring after reaching new levels of stardom in 2017.
He defeated Wladimir Klitschko back in April in front of a sold out Wembley Stadium and speculations started pouring out about the identity of his next opponent.
A fight with Tyson Fury would no doubt be a public’s attention and fight of a century but AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn has said the ‘Gypsy King’s’ demands render the all-British clash ‘unmakeable’.
WBO champion Joseph Parker is a more likely an opponent and Hearn is looking to finalise terms and conditions with the New Zealander boxer over the festive period.
Another undefeated year could see the 2012 Olympic Champion join the boxing royalty to mirror Prince Harry’s elevated status.