Prince Harry is working to raise awareness for one of his charities.
The 29-year-old royal visited the Goodwood Motor Circuit in Chichester, West Sussex for a track day on Saturday. Queen Elizabeth II's grandson met with injured services personnel who have benefited from and who are supported by The Endeavour Fund.
Per the BBC, the Endeavor Fund, which was created in 2011, "assists injured service men and women to help them rediscover their self-belief through physical challenges." Prince Harry's trek to the South Pole with the Walking With the Wounded was one high profile event that was part of the charity.
After Prince Harry greeted the injured service men and women, they were all given the opportunity to take a ride around the track in some classic cars.
One woman was given the interesting responsibility of holding Prince Harry's shoes while he went for a spin in an Aston Martin and Jaguar.
Prince Harry then traveled to the Boultbee Flight Academy at the Goodwood Aerodrome to launch the Spitfire Flight Scholarship for wounded ex-service personnel, as part of The Endeavour Fund.
The Apache helicopter pilot took several photographs in the cockpit of a Spitfire Aircraft and looked right at home, naturally. According to the Mirror, Prince Harry signed the cockpit with his name and squadron number.