Passengers were shocked after spotting Prince Harry flying commercially on British Airways to attend a charity polo match in Rome.
One passenger said she was stunned to see the Duke of Sussex at the front of the jet sitting next to a security officer.
Prince Harry went to Rome to support his Sentebale charity to raise funds and awareness for the organization’s work who supports children and young people who are fighting with HIV.
One passenger on the flight, Amy Garrick, said: ‘I haven’t had anything worth sharing, but this morning leaving Rome I got up to use the bathroom and I had to wait.
‘As I’m standing there, I look over and see a guy who looks like Prince Harry. And he has a wedding ring on and looks very tired.
‘The guy next to him looks like security and is glaring at me.
‘Finally, I realize, it is Prince Harry on the way back to London from Rome.
‘He was at a polo tournament. He politely smiled and said hi when he realized I knew who he was. I tried to get a photo as he got off the plane. I didn’t want to harass him.’
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Some fans said that they are happy that the royal is so down to Earth, while others compared him to his mother, the late Princess Diana.
“Diana raised him right, I would have been thrilled,” one person wrote.
Another said: “He truly is very humble just like his mom!”
In the Sentebale Polo Cup program, Harry said: “the fight against Aids was being hampered by the stigma associated with the disease, which stopped young people being tested and others taking up the drugs and care on offer.”
Mr. Figueras, who captained Harry’s team, was asked how the duke was coping with a new baby and replied: ‘He’s doing great.’
He added: ‘I just saw him, he’s ready for the game and had a good night’s sleep, so we’re excited about being able to do a great job today for Sentebale, which is why we’re here.
‘Being a father always changes you, he seems to be very, very happy, I think this is a very exciting part of his life. He was ready for it and I think he’s loving it.
‘I always thought that he would be an amazing father because he has a great affinity for children, two weeks is very, very soon, but I’m sure he’s changed.’