So much for traveling lightly!
After spending Easter weekend in Transylvania, Romania, Prince Harry fueled up with some potato chips (known as crisps in the U.K.) in one hand and a bottled beverage in the other, before heading to the airport on Monday.
The royal, 27, even had to use his teeth to carry his belongings (although it’s hard to say from the photos what exactly is in his mouth).
Prior to his pre-flight snack run, Harry took a break from the Diamond Jubilee tour to spend time with friends, including a motorbike ride through the mountains.
According to U.K. reports, Count Tibor Kalnoky played host and welcomed the prince in his 16th-century Miclaus manor. Not so far away: the castle of 15th-century ruthless ruler Vlad the Impaler, better known as Dracula (and also known as Bram Stoker’s muse).
He also checked out properties owned by his father, Prince Charles, and enjoyed tuica, a plum brandy and the local alcoholic beverage of choice – no, not True Blood.
But those seemed to be the only special arrangements. His mode of transportation? Budget airline Wizz Air, according to a passenger, who says the prince was on her flight.
“The prince came here but he didn’t look like royalty,” another local told the Sun. “He looked like a commoner … just like me.”