Polite, professional and handsome: Prince Harry is the whole package.
The red-headed royal was spotted at the Aviator Pub and restaurant near the Gloucestershire Airport in Staverton; the royal arrived at the airport in an Apache helicopter and stopped by the restaurant for a quick bite to eat.
Aviator Pub's manager, Pat Martin, tells E! News of her encounter with the uncle-to-be and insists the 28-year-old royal could not have been kinder.
Martin says Harry stopped by the pub briefly for a cup of tea and a bacon and egg sandwich, telling E! News Prince William's little brother is a "traditional English boy."
Harry came in with three men to have a quick debriefing meeting, and he was completely courteous during his quick stay.
"He is such a sweet nice guy," Martin gushed. "We had no idea that he was coming in, but he stayed long enough for a sandwich and a cup of tea. He was very professional."
Sounds like it! And apparently, Harry isn't the first famous fellow to stop by the eatery, as Martin says Johnny Depp and Jean Claude van Damme have both visited her pub in the past.
When Harry's not flying his Apache helicopter, the handsome bloke is busy gearing up for the birth of the royal baby—his sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, is due July 14.
Once the baby arrives, a notice will be placed on the gates of the Buckingham Palace, alerting the public of both the birth and the newborn's gender, which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge do not yet know.
Middleton is also planning to give birth at the Lindo Wing of London's St. Mary's Hospital, the same location where Princess Diana gave birth to both Will and Harry.
In other Harry news, it was recently revealed that Prince William and his brother are barely featured in the upcoming Princess Diana biopic, which stars Naomi Watts.
Director Oliver Hirschbiegel told the Daily Mail that additional scenes featuring the siblings were cut because "it never felt right to have them in the film."
"Everyone knew she was a brilliant mother and loved her boys to death," he said.
—Reporting by Baker Machado