We're used to seeing Prince Harry in his Army officer's uniform, naked in Las Vegas, or in dubious fancy dress.
But the 28-year-old had a new look on his visit to South Africa - donning a pink Paddington Bear apron to make cakes with school children.
The third-in-line to the throne made a round of 'fat cakes' - a kind of doughnut - for journalists during his trip to the children's deaf centre Lesotho.
He was joined at the table by Lesotho's Prince Seeiso - an old friend from his gap year - who pretended to attack the Queen's grandson with a rolling pin.
Comparing the process to "bobbing apples", Harry counted the number of media in the room and the pupils handed them around.