They picked up fans across the world after performing their spine-tingling rendition of Stand By Me at the royal wedding earlier this year.
Now, The Kingdom Choir has announced a tour of the UK.
The gospel singers had previously only performed to a maximum of a few hundred people before they made headlines during Harry and Meghan's big day in May.
Following the Windsor Castle gig – watched by about two billion people – they announced a record deal with Sony in July and are now hitting the road.
Starting in Sheffield on 30 April, they will also perform in cities including Manchester, York, Birmingham and Edinburgh before ending in Cardiff on 30 May.
The tour will also feature a concert at London's Royal Albert Hall on 19 May, marking a year to the day of the show-stopping performance that changed their lives – and Harry and Meghan's first anniversary too, of course.
And as it's always tricky trying to find that perfect anniversary gift – the first one is paper, as any newlyweds will know – perhaps tickets to the show could be the answer for the duke or duchess?
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The choir will also unveil their debut album, Stand By Me, on 26 October, featuring renditions of Beyonce's Halo, John Legend's All Of Me and Stormzy's Blinded By Your Grace Part 2.
Tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday 5 October.