Prince Harry was taken for a spin by a five-year-old girl at the Invictus Games, after he leapt in the passenger seat of her miniature car.
The Prince, 33, cheered and whooped as he pretended to be dazzled by the speed of the drive, around a small children's track in Toronto.
Daimy Gommers, five, was in the driving seat for the Jaguar Land Rover challenge, and carefully steered her way through the course in front of the world's media.
The daughter of Paul Gompers, who is competing in the archery for the Netherlands' Invictus Team, proclaimed the experience "nice".
The Prince's adventure with the five Invictus children came after he experienced a real high-speed driving challenge in the passenger seat, driven around the real track by Dennis Siesing from the German team.
Daimy's mother Danielle said her daughter had been chosen to drive Prince Harry after she had tried the car out in the morning and was invited back for a star turn.
The schoolgirl met the Prince at a previous Invictus Games, with him remarking that she had grown once he was introduced to her again.
"Every time she sees Prince Harry on the TV she says 'oh it's my friend Prince Harry," said Mrs Gommers.