It's back to work for the royal family!
Prince Harry arrived at the Royal Marines Tamar, HM Naval Base Devonport in full uniform on Friday in Plymouth, England.
The 28-year-old and new uncle to Prince George was on hand to salute the troops in celebration for the new Royal Marines center opening. The new institute will be focused on Britain's amphibious fighting capabilities and will be the new home to the Assault Group Royal Marines troop.
Prince Harry greeted servicemen and chatted with comrades at the opening, and appeared delighted to have been in town for the ceremony.
The young royal made the stop as Commodore-in-Chief Small Ships and Diving, and opened a training block called the Frances Building at the new center. It is said to be named in honor of the famous Royal Marine Color Sergeant Michael James Francis.
Harry appeared dressed head-to-toe in his uniform, decorated with multiple medals and adornments.