Weeks after attending Pippa Middleton and James Matthews wedding with girlfriend Meghan Markle, it appears Prince Harry decided it was about time he flexed his own hosting muscles by throwing his first Buckingham Palace garden party on behalf of the Queen.
Yesterday, the 32-year-old prince greeted 2,500 members of the Not Forgotten Association – a charity providing entertainment and recreation for serving, former wounded, disabled ex-service men and women – to enjoy an afternoon of tea and cakes at the royal residence.
During the afternoon, Harry mingled with the guests and revealed he would love to take part in the Marathon Des Sables (an ultramarathon of 251 km which is widely considered to be the toughest race on earth) after a former soldier, Martin Wilson, revealed he had recently ran the race after being shot in the head in Afghanistan six years ago.
'Harry told me how much he would love to do the race too if his security were to allow it,' Wilson admitted to the Daily Mail.
Our 'Prince Harry love' levels are pretty much off the chart right about now.