Prince Harry spent Easter in a Transylvanian village in the heart of Romania, according to local media.
Harry, who was visiting Romania for the first time, was apparently hosted in Miclosoara by Count Tibor Kalnoky in his 16th century manor.
There was no confirmation from the palace about the trip who usually don't comment on private visits made by members of the royal family.
A descendant of an old noble family of Hungarian extraction, Tibor Kalnoky and his wife were among the guests at the wedding Prince William to Kate Middleton in April 2011.
Harry's father, Prince Charles, has visited Romania several times over the past few years and is involved in organic agriculture projects in Transylvania, where he owns property.
A protector of the Saxon villages in central Romania, he has also supported restoration works in the medieval city of Sibiu.
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