The handsome royal was pictured having fun at the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London on Friday (3 April), where he wasn't afraid to try out some of the attractions at the children's playground.
Dressed in a navy suit, the fourth-in-line to the throne tried his hand (or feet) on a rope bridge surrounded by giggling schoolchildren.
How does he still manage to look so cool? Kind of like he's posing for a suit catalogue…
Prince Harry was joined by London Mayor Boris Johnson, who was also seen scrambling over the bridge. They later joined forces to push a group of kids on a giant swing - and Harry even had a go himself! It's not everyday someone can say they've ridden in a swing with Prince Harry!
During their time at the park, Prince Harry and the Mayor met individuals involved in creating the new space, as well as pupils from schools bordering the park.
From Saturday, members of the public will be able to visit The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, which has been renovated and transformed since its use in the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The 560-acre park contains new landscapes, waterways and an adventure playground, as well as (intriguingly) mini gardens representing different climatic regions.
Major Johnson said: "This incredible transformation has created a stunning park that Londoners can be truly proud of. It's a wonderful testament to our Olympic Legacy and it is clear the Park will have a long and thriving future as one of this city's greatest cultural assets."
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