It's official: Prince Harry even looks handsome in a lab coat and goggles.
The 29-year-old royal was all smiles on Thursday, Oct. 17 while being shown around the "Shock Tube" laboratory during the official opening of the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London.
Prince George's uncle sported a white lab coat, safety glasses and ear protectors as he was shown around the London lab, grinning from ear to ear while leaving his royal mark on the new facility.
Harry also gave a short speech after his tour of the Centre, which was created to increase understanding about blast injury patterns, improve treatment and recovery and develop better ways of protecting those serving in current and future conflicts, according to a Kensington Palace press release.
Earlier in the day, the British hunk showed off his rugby skills during a coaching session at Twickenham Stadium in London (Harry is a patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) All Schools Programme).
The redheaded royal has also been making headlines for his relationship with girlfriend Cressida Bonas as of late, with an insider telling E! News that the couple is getting very serious and definitely talking marriage.
"Seeing Prince William and Kate [Middleton] get married and settle down has had a real effect on Harry," the source explained. "He's just seen how happy they are and he's realized that he wants that too."
And Bonas apparently shares the same sentiments:
The 24-year-old blond beauty is "very much up for getting more serious," the source added. "They want to remain very much as they are—with a private life away from the cameras. For now they want to enjoy as much time together before the seriousness of their relationship becomes public with announcements."
"This is it for them both," another pal explained. "He hasn't proposed yet, but it's only a matter of time."