Prince Harry has made hearts melt after going for a cruise around a track in a tiny Land Rover, driven by a five-year-old child.
Prince Harry, who was in Toronto for the Invictus Games on the weekend, was driven around by five-year-old Daimy Gommers, whose father was competing in the games. Paul Gompers was one of the ex-spoldiers competing in archery for the Netherlands' Invictus Team.
The Invictus Games are an international Paralympic-style multi-sport event, created by Prince Harry, for injured military veterans.
In a video, the Prince, 33, cheered and whooped as he pretended to be dazzled by the speed of the drive.
Daimy told The Telegraph the experience was "nice".
The schoolgirl met the Prince at a previous Invictus Games, with him remarking that she had grown once he was introduced to her again.
"Every time she sees Prince Harry on the TV she says 'oh it's my friend Prince Harry," Mrs Gommers told The Telegraph.
The Prince's adventure with the five Invictus children came after he experienced a real high-speed driving challenge in the passenger seat, driven around the real track by Dennis Siesing from the German team.