We already know Prince Harry has no problem showing off his dance moves when the occasion calls for it, but he got serious on Wednesday when he performed a traditional Maori haka war dance alongside New Zealand troops.
"Given the time restraints, in trying to teach him I know it was a bit difficult trying to learn the actions and the words, so I think he did really well," Warrant Officer Class 2 Brett Pene, who taught Prince Harry the dance, told the newspaper. "He got a bit frustrated here and there, but that happens when you've only got 20 minutes to learn."
Check out Prince Harry performing the special army dance with a group from the Linton Military Camp!
On his fifth day of the tour, Prince Harry also took some time out to meet a few of the children of servicemen and women, and even played a game of rugby with schoolchilden.
The still-single royal recently surprising revealed that he would "love to have kids right now" in a candid interview with Sky News. Watch below: