Prince Harry received a warm welcome from the crowds that gathered in Tallinn, Estonia, to catch a glimpse of him. And of course, being a bit of a cheeky chappy, Harry was more than happy to spend time posing for pictures and even did a selfie with one female admirer.
The Prince was all dressed up for the occasion and held a paper cut out of a crown for the picture. Cute, eh?
During his visit, which aimed to build the ties between the two countries, Harry laid a wreath to pay respects to soldiers who died fighting for the country.
He said: "I have been keen to come for some time - to visit the country which is home to the many excellent soldiers I served alongside in Afghanistan, not to mention Tallinn's captivating old town and Narva's Hermann Castle. I only wish I had the chance to stay longer.
"Thank you again for the tremendous kindness and support you have shown the United Kingdom for many years. We are very fortunate to call you our friends. I only hope I will have the chance to visit again soon. Perhaps unofficially next time."
According to The Express, Harry went by budget airline easyJet for the two-day visit. This comes just after it emerged Prince William flew economy on a domestic flight in the US when he was stateside for close friend Guy Pelly's wedding in Memphis.
Prince Harry only recently called it quits with long-term girlfriend Cressida Bonas - who by the way has been rocking some seriously good looks since the spilt.
He also sent his first tweet earlier this week at the launch of the Invictus games. As he typed slowly on an iPad, he apparently joked: "That's why I joined the Army, I can't type fast."