Charles pose for a photograph at 'The Duchess of Cornwall Inn' in Poundbury, Britain October 27, 2016. Reuters/Arthur Edwards/Pool

Prince Charles helped "Britain's Got Talent" winner Richard Jones in his magic trick that he performed at Royal Variety performance 2016. In the released trailer, the pair can be seen joking before the Prince of Wales writes a number on a piece of paper.

Before the show started, Jones said that he was excited to perform the magic trick with Prince Charles’ help. “I feel very privileged and honoured to be here, performing for the Royal Family as well, and then in front of the nation.”

Jones has reportedly performed in front of the royal family many times before but within his army role. This is going to be his first time as a magician.

About his performance, Jones who had joined the British Army in 2010 said, “It's a really exciting performance, telling a really poignant story which is really important to my family in particular, but it should also touch the hearts of many people watching around the country.” Reports suggest that he will dedicate the act to his brother, a bomb disposal expert in the forces. His brother will reportedly join him on stage.

Furthermore, he said that his performance will mark a “heart-warming moment” for the armed forces. However, he refused to give details of the same.

Besides Jones, artists such as Robbie Williams, Lady Gaga, Gary Barlow and Barry Gibb will also perform at the show. Hosted by David Walliams for the second time consecutively, the Royal Variety Performance 2016 will be aired on 13 December, from 7:30PM to 10:05PM on ITV. In Australia, it will air on BBC UKTV at 8:30PM on Dec. 22.

Royal Variety Performance is an annually held variety show in the UK organized by Royal Variety Charity, with Queen Elizabeth as their patron. The money that is raised from the show helps those in need in the entertainment industry.