Prince Harry calls out John Travolta for ‘dining out’ on dance floor with mother Princess Diana

The Duke of Sussex was honored at 21st Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards

Prince Harry honored his late mother Princess Diana at the Legends of Aviation Awards, Friday night, while he poked fun at the event’s host, John Travolta.

“This is nice,” Harry said as he accepted his award, according to The Telegraph. “Thanks very much, Captain John.”

The Duke of Sussex was inducted at the 21st Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards in Beverly Hills. He was not accompanied by his wife Meghan Markle.

“I was one year old when you danced with my mum. As you’ve told everybody here and continue to dine out on that probably every single night,” he joked. ”

“But look at us now! It’s great. So, if we’re not going to dance together, we’ll fly together.”

The younger son of King Charles III was a helicopter pilot during his military service in the British Army. He trained on missions in the U.S., U.K. and Australia. He also flew combat missions in Afghanistan.

Prince Harry was among four people honored at the ceremony as it aimed to focus on “those who have made significant contributions to aviation/aerospace.”

He was crowned a living legend of aviation for the evening as he was recognized for his role as an Apache helicopter pilot on two military tours in 2007 and 2012.

When the “Grease” star asked Harry, “What can you remember about your first flight?”

“It’s classified,” he jokingly responded, according to the media outlet.