Prince Harry has shown his competitive side during rugby and football training with...school kids.
Harry, 29, joined children from the charity Inspire Suffolk for a quick game of tag rugby. He was suited and booted for the game in an England rugby shirt, trackie bottoms and trainers – and he took to the pitch with gusto.
He led a team of children during rugby training, huddling his group together for a pep talk before they walked onto the pitch.
Following the training, Harry donned a pair of goalie gloves and took up position in goal for football training – making sure he well and truly blocked the child's size goal.
And his efforts paid off – he was man of the match and didn't let a ball cross the line.
Georgie Hill, nine, played the game with Harry. He told reporters that the Prince was surprisingly competitive on the pitch: "He was funny and making lots of jokes. He told me I had to stay behind the ball and if I went in front again he would slap me!"
Aryon Tandel, also nine, added: "He tackled me and won the ball but I managed to tackle him back. He was taking it quite seriously."
Inspire Suffolk works with 60,000 young children locally, and aims to educate and motivate children through different sports.