Viewers were treated to an inside look at one of the most beloved members of the royal family on Monday night as ITV gave an intimate look at Prince Harry's charity work in Africa.
Prince Harry In Africa followed the work he has done in creating Sentebale his charity based in Lesotho in southern Africa which helps young people with the issues surrounding HIV and Aids - offering education, care and support.
The young prince showed viewers his passion for the work he has done out in Africa, saying he takes "huge satisfaction" in putting smiles on people's faces - even feeling competitive about it.
Many agreed that Princess Diana, would be proud of the work he has done.
For some the first time he said he visited Africa - to go to a Spice Girls concert in Johannesburg with his father Prince Charles - was the big talking point.
Prince Harry was joined on the show by big name supporters of the charity. Including music stars Elton John, Joss Stone and Coldplay's Chris Martin - who performed to raise money for the charity.
Meanwhile Joss brought music to blind children out in Africa - giving braille versions of the words to help them sing along.