Prince Harry was just spotted in Miami with this famous actress. So, where’s Meghan?

We have a royal sighting: Prince Harry is in the 305.

The 39-year-old made a very under the radar appearance in Miami Beach Thursday night to support his charity, Sentebale.

Harry led a panel at Jose Andres’ restaurant Zaytinya at the Ritz called “Potential is Waiting.” He discussed the needs of the next generation in South Africa, which has the youngest and fastest growing population in the world. The focus was on “health, wealth creation and climate resilience,” the charity said in a release on its website.

A few select journalists were at the fundraiser, including Hello! Canada magazine, which posted a snippet of the conversation on X.

“Africa’s in my heart, Africa’s in my soul,” said Harry, who first traveled to the continent more than two decades ago. “The vast open space, the cultures, the communities, the people, the wildlife, just the freedom was a huge piece of why I loved [it] so much.”

The Duke showed his love by founding Sentebale, meaning “forget me not” in Lesotho, the local language, in 2006.

“It’s really focused on ensuring the younger generation are quite literally not forgotten,” the British father of two said.

Lending celebrity cred to the event was Mindy Kaling, who was apparently in the audience. “The Office” alum posted the encounter without tagging one of the most famous men on the planet.

“Met my friend’s husband at a work event,” joked the Instagram caption. “Seemed pretty cool.”

A follower of hers joked, “Ohhh yeah. I think I’ve heard about this guy! Is that Meghan Markle’s husband?”

It’s unclear if Kaling’s pal Markle was also in the crowd, but the Duchess, 42, did appear alongside her hubby on Friday at the Grand Champions Polo Club for the Royal Salute Polo Challenge, the Palm Beach Post reports.

Harry was set to compete with his buddy, polo star Nacho Figueras.

“Harry has been breeding horses and playing polo from a very young age,” Figueras told the Post. “He’s a very good rider, he’s a very good athlete, he has great hand-eye coordination. He’s very competitive. It’s always fun to share the field with him.”