So it comes as no surprise that the British prince enjoyed every step of his trip, representing Queen Elizabeth II abroad on his first solo tour with a smile on his face. After seeing Belize, the Bahamas and wrapping up his formal tour duties in Jamaica, Harry headed to Brazil this weekend in support of his own charities.
We love a good royal tour, having gotten our first taste with William and Kate this past summer. But while the royal couple did lots of hand-shaking and posing with just a few wackier activities (read: a rodeo and a canoe ride) thrown in, Prince Harry has spent nearly the whole trip playing sports.
No, really. The final activity of the trip was a polo match, a natural fit for the royal. Yet Harry also tried his hand at beach volleyball, rugby, cricket and a sprint with none other than Usain Bolt.
He even ran the Sport Relief mile in Rio de Janeiro-- while wearing a ridiculous mask of his brother's face. What a sport, that Harry.
The athletic-themed trip has also given up plenty of chances to see Prince Harry dressed down, with mesh shorts and workout shirts (and those ubiquitous Russell & Bromley desert boots) subbing for his typical suits and army camo. It goes without saying that we like what we see.
Check out the tail end of Prince Harry's tour.