Even royals need a night off.
After three days of supporting athletes on the sidelines of this year’s Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida, Prince Harry took a break from the competition to pay a visit to the city’s must-visit attraction: Disney World.
During the late-night visit Tuesday, the prince spent just under an hour at the site,” according to the PA.
The visit was undoubtedly filled with nostalgia – Harry last visited Disney World when he was 8 years old, alongside his mother, Princess Diana, and his brother, Prince William.
It’s only fitting that the now 31-year-old prince took a ride on Splash Mountain for his return visit to the park. It was one of the attractions he visited during his 1994 trip with his mother and brother. During the trip, he also spent quite a bit of time on another Disney World favorite – Space Mountain.
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“We went around Space Mountain 12 or 14 times, so much so that my policeman had to get off and vomit over the bench!” he told PEOPLE in last week’s cover story. “When you are that age you are invincible. And you slowly become uninvincible as you start breaking things!”
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Harry also told PEOPLE that he hoped he would have a chance to visit Disney World while in Florida.
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“I hopefully will be able to go to Disney World and have some fun on the rides without causing too much of a stir,” he said. “I might go in a costume, maybe get my photograph with Mickey.”
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No word yet on whether he got that photo with Mickey.
Before heading to the Magic Kingdom, Harry spent the day watching the U.K.’s Invictus team take on the U.S. in the seated volleyball competition. Today, he’s back at the ESPN Wide World of Sports for even more Invictus competition. The games conclude on Thursday.