Prince Charming is the third and final studio album by English new wave band Adam and the Ants, released in November 1981. This album features bass player Gary Tibbs in place of Kevin Mooney, the bassist on Kings of the Wild Frontier. The album spawned the two number-one singles "Stand and Deliver" and "Prince Charming" plus a remixed version of the Top-Ten single "Ant Rap".
In his retrospective review, AllMusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote that "the songs just aren't there", stating that it "simply has style and sound – which, in retrospect, isn't all that bad", while Rolling Stone called it "exactly the same album [as Kings of the Wild Frontier], except with a blue cover."
The song "Prince Charming" bears strong musical similarities to Rolf Harris' 1965 song "War Canoe", and in March 2010 Harris stated on BBC Radio 5 live's Danny Baker Show that an out-of-court settlement had been reached and a large sum of royalties received after a musicologist had found the two songs to be musically identical.