Prince Harry

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On an otherwise ordinary Monday, students at The Duke of York's Royal Military School in got the surprise of their lives as the dashing Prince Harry surprised them on the parade ground.

The red-headed prince showed up at the Dover, England, institution looking quite fine in his unique ceremonial uniform of the Blues and Royals regiment leaving students speechless. "People behind me were asking who it was, and when I told them, they wouldn't believe me," 14-year-old Bradley Benhan told People.

Harry received an invitation to visit from friend Simon Daglish, co-founder of the Walking With the Wounded organization—Daglish's son is a student at the school. As a former Army captain himself, the 31-year-old brother of Prince William used his time there to encourage students to join the military. Who could say no to that?

Harry was sporting a thick beard which is typically against military code. The students, however, did not seem to mind as school girls swooned over the sight of their beloved prince in their very own hallway. Girls were reportedly hugging each other as they jumped up and down screaming.

If mingling with school kids doesn't have you head over heels for this heartthrob royal, maybe Harry taking a crack at acting dressed as a sexy gardener will do the trick. Watch the video to see the prince's cameo in the Rugby World Cup opening ceremony video.

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