In a new interview with ITV News, the 31-year-old royal says that he's actually not looking to settle down anytime soon.
"No, at the end of the day there are lots of things to be done before settling down," he stresses. "Everyone looks forward to settling down, but in the meantime, it's work as usual."
Harry's definitely been keeping busy doing the said work. On Wednesday, he joined injured veterans from Walking With the Wounded as they took part in the Walk of Britain -- a 1000 mile, 72 day expedition throughout the UK. Waling With the Wounded raises funds for the re-education and re-training of wounded servicemen and women.
As usual, Harry charmed the children who came out to see him, while he walked 17 miles of the stretch.
Earlier this month, Harry chose to celebrate his 31st birthday with WWII veterans, spending the day with them at an event to mark the Battle of Britain in England. And as if he wasn't swoon-worthy enough on his special day -- also debuting a new bearded look -- he also gave up his plane seat to a 95-year-old war veteran. Watch below: