Prince Harry joined his cousins, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, on their annual skiing holiday this week in the luxury resort of Verbier. Harry, 30, and 24-year-old Eugenie looked stylish on the slopes as they were joined by a group of friends.
Wearing safety helmets and large visors, the two were barely recognisable, allowing them to spend their day draw little attention as they enjoyed the Swiss sunshine. Eugenie wore a bright blue jacket, with black salopettes, while Harry wore a black jacket and beige trousers, with a bright blue helmet.
Prince Harry skiing in Verbiers on New Years Eve in 2011
After their days of skiing, the royals, along with a group of friends, headed off Le Carrefour, a restaurant which boasts of 'great views over Verbier' on its website.
The popular resort has also this week been visited by the Danish royals, who have a holiday home there.
Princess Mary and Prince Frederik with their children this week in Verbiers
Princess Mary and Prince Frederik hit the Swiss slopes with their four children this past week, where royal watchers observed how nine-year-old Christian and seven-year-old Isabella appeared to have grown since they were snapped on their snowy getaway in February 2014.
Mary and Frederik's twins, Vincent and Josephine, were as enthused as their older siblings as they screamed with laughter while riding toboggans.
The family's holiday is an annual tradition and every year they enjoy a break from their royal duties in the Swiss Alps. Following in their footsteps, the Danish heir's younger brother Prince Joachim and his wife Princess Marie were spotted out on the slopes too, with Joachim and Marie taking their children to Villars – a Swiss village located just an hour's drive away from where their royal relatives were staying.
It was at Verbier in 2013 that Harry first went public with his then-girlfriend Cressida Bonas, which many thought at the time was sign that Harry was ready to make things more official.