Prince Harry looked handsome in his crisp white uniform during a visit to Estonia today.
The 29-year-old royal made an official appearance at Freedom Square in Tallinn Friday to meet with Estonian Minister for Defense Sven Mikser. During the visit, Harry laid a wreath at the War of Independence memorial and observed a minute of silence to pay tribute to those who died in Estonia's War of Independence, which occurred almost 100 years ago.
For the royal appearance, Prince William's little brother looked dashing in a formal military uniform consisting of black and red pants, a white coat and a red and black hat.
After the ceremony, Harry attended a reception at the Estonian Parliament building where he met Estonian prime ministers and wounded veterans. Harry also made a speech.
"I am delighted to have the chance to visit Estonia," Harry said. "I have been keen to come for some time—to visit the country which is home to the many excellent soldiers I served alongside in Afghanistan, not to mention Tallinn's captivating old town and Narva's Hermann Castle. I only wish I had the chance to stay longer."
"Our countries are firm friends but this friendship continues to grow even stronger, through our shared experiences and goals," he added. "One important example of our bond is the care for our wounded service men and women; they have fought together and recover together, side by side."
Meanwhile, Will and Kate Middleton have booked their next joint trip together. The royal couple will visit Scotland on May 29 for a day of meet and greets. They'll also visit a local distillery.