Prince Harry had a fun-filled day of mentorship and sports on Tuesday. The 32-year-old Prince travelled to Aberdeenshire in Scotland to meet with youngsters who are training to become mentors at the Mackie Academy.
The active Prince then headed to the Robert Gordon University, where he showed off his dance moves and his football skills during his visit with students from the Streetsport initiative.
Relive some of Harry's best moments from the day.
During his time at the Mackie Academy in Stonehaven, Harry spoke openly about who had supported him after the death of his mother, Princess Diana.
"I was at a stage in my life when I was probably lacking a bit in guidance," Harry shared, revealing that he had been mentored by his Colour Sergeant at Sandhurst. "I lost my mum when I was very young and suddenly I was surrounded by a huge number of men in the army.
"He was someone who teased me at the right moments and gave me the confidence to look forward, to actually have that confidence in yourself to know who you are and to push forward and try to help others."
Just like his older brother, Harry isn't afraid to bust a move! The fun royal surprised a group of girls when he hit "the dab" - a dance move that involves raising an arm and an elbow that has been said to resemble sneezing.
Harry enjoyed a quick kickabout with a student while learning about the Streetsport initiative at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.
Harry posed with the children during his visit to Robert Gordon University, which offers free weekly sports and creative activity sessions for young people throughout Aberdeen City.
Prince Harry happily handed out high fives during his time in Aberdeenshire.
Too cute! Harry took a break from sports to pet a puppy.
The sporty royal didn't waste anytime when it came to getting out on the court to show off his tennis skills.
Harry proved to be a big hit with the youngsters he met.
And he certainly made a big impression on one group of young girls, who were clearly excited to meet the Prince.
Harry offered a few words of encouragement to a young student before she participated in one of the day's activities.
Harry took the time to chat with as many children as he could during his visit.
Let the games begin! Harry faced off against a little girl in a friendly game of street hockey.
The 32-year-old Prince wasn't afraid to get on the field with the kids and show off his sporty side.