With so much news about the Royal Family, you can't blame anyone for getting confused about which royal is which and how they're all related.

Such was the case when Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan visited a school in New York this week. This was one student's mix-up about the Royal Family and just who Prince Harry is.

Prince Harry's funny mix-up on 2021 New York trip

On Friday, Harry and Meghan stopped by an elementary school in Harlem. They were greeted by excited students, and one "thrilled" third-grader even shouted: "That's Queen Elizabeth's son!" while pointing at Harry, according to The New York Post.

While it's impressive that an American third-grader knows the Queen of England — and that Prince Harry is related to her — the child was a little off the mark. Harry is the Queen's grandson, of course, the son of Prince Charles.

It's unclear how Harry reacted to the amusing mix-up, but it looked like he and Meghan had a wonderful time with the kids at P.S. 123 Mahalia Jackson. While there, the Duchess also read from her children's book The Bench.

The school visit on Friday was just one of Harry and Meghan's New York outings. The day before, they met with Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Kathy Hochul and saw the 9/11 memorials at Ground Zero.

Then, on Saturday, the Duke and Duchess took the stage in Central Park for the Global Citizen Live 2021 show.

The concert, held to promote equal vaccine distribution worldwide, brought the royals to New York, their first joint public work since welcoming their daughter Lilibet in June.