"A little Cinderella" met her Prince Charming on Friday, as Britain's Prince Harry slid her shoe back on to her foot. The young New Zealander had the 30-year-old Prince bending down to help her with her shoe which had fallen off.
The impromptu moment was captured on camera by the Kensington Royal Instagram account, and was liked by over 11,000 fans of the Prince.
It came just days after Harry admitted that he would love to settle down and start a family, adding it would be great to have someone to "share the pressure" of royal life with.
"There come times when you think now is the time to settle down, or now is not, whatever way it is," he told Sky News correspondent Rhiannon Mills, adding that he is optimistic about his quest for love. "I don't think you can force these things, it will happen when it's going to happen."
Harry is currently on tour in New Zealand, following a month-long Army secondment in Australia, and has been larking around as he visits local charities and trusts.
On Friday, during an engagement at the Turn Your Life Around Trust, the playful Prince planted his paint-covered hand on the 74-year-old royal photographer Arthur Edward's forehead.
Prince Harry couldn't resist the opportunity as he was having his palm painted purple in order to add his handprint to a wall display.
Video footage of the hilarious moment shows Harry turning to check where Arthur was standing while holding his right hand out to be painted. The lady painting Harry's hand then pointed to a spot on the wall that was free for him to leave his mark, but before she was able to look back at the Prince, he had dashed across the room to cover Arthur with the paint.
The action was met with gasps and laughter and one of the event leaders was heard exclaiming "Oh my God, I can't believe you just did that!"