It's not every day that a girl gets to dance with a real life prince, but for a group of children in Chile it was a dream come true.
Prince Harry showed off his best dance steps as he met with children at the Fundacion Amigos de Jesus day care centre in Santiago, during the third day of his royal tour of Chile.
The centre looks after children with mental and physical disabilities.
The party prince put his best foot forward to join the children for a dance on the steps of the day care centre, much to the amusement of it's patients and onlookers.
He stayed at the centre for the whole day, taking time to chat and play with the children.
Harry demonstrated the natural warmth and compassion for which his mother Princess Diana was famed as he interacted with the children.
In a series of heart-warming images the Prince is seen high-fiving a four-year-old boy named Russell.
And he broke into spontaneous laughter when seven-year-old Pascal Vasquez stole the microphone from him as began to make a speech.
Prince Harry was also seen bonding with teenagers in the centre and the staff, who were more than happy to hang out with the young royal.
On Friday (27 June) he visited the Sagrada Familia kindergarten school in Chile, where he spent an afternoon playing games and musical instruments with underprivileged children from the Mapuche indigenous community.
And while visiting a slum in the village of El Vergel yesterday, the prince revealed he's quite the handy man as he repaired a family's television set, just in time for them to watch the Brazil v Chile World Cup match.
The Prince went to the slums to view the rebuilding work in the area, which was devastated following a forest fire in April that destroyed nine in ten of the self-made homes.
Prince Harry embarked on the Royal tour of Chile to support the England football team.