Prince Harry has been helping some adorable baby turtles into the sea and the pictures are beautiful.
Harry, who is on a whistle-stop tour of the Caribbean at the moment, visited Lover's Beach on the island of Nevis to learn more about conservation efforts to protect turtles, and helped to release some into the sea.
The prince met volunteers who work every night on the beaches along the Nevis shore, tagging sea turtles and collecting information about their nesting habits and movements for a conservation project.
He also inspected turtle nests on the beach as part of a jam-packed second leg of his Caribbean tour.
As well as visiting Lover's Beach, he unveiled a plaque marking the St Kitts and Nevis dedication to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy Project.
Launched at the Commonwealth summit in Malta in 2015 it aims to create a network of protected forests and woodlands, one each from the 52 member states of the Commonwealth.
It sounds serious, but Harry managed to bring some fun to the occasion with a spot of dancing.
He also stopped off at the Half Way Tree Primary School to do what he does best - make kids smile.
Do you need any more reasons to make Harry your favourite royal? We think not.