The royal thrilled the crowd in a surprise performance at an air show in Shropshire, England.
Harry, known in the British military as "Captain Wales," served as co-pilot while his crew performed some fancy tricks on an Apache attack helicopter. The 28-year-old was chosen because of his experience in the attack chopper.
It was his first ever hair-raising Apache attack helicopter display. Captain Wales was co-pilot as the deadly machine twisted virtually onto its back to the awe of crowds at the RAF Cosford Air Show in Shropshire, England, The Sun reported.
Star-struck spectators had no idea the Soldier Prince would be part of the display team - until his presence was casually announced. It was 28-year-old Harry's first stint in an aerial-acrobatic helicopter show team as the pilot appeared to cheat gravity with rolls, the British newspaper said.