The royal, 30, shared a gym picture during his New Zealand tour

By Maria Mercedes Lara
Updated May 14, 2015 12:50 PM
Credit: Courtesy Prince Harry

Prince Harry may not have a personal Instagram account – at least, that we know of – but that doesn’t mean he can’t get in on the social media fun.

The prince, 30, made his first official Instagram post on Tuesday during his tour of New Zealand, sharing a photo of himself working out with New Zealand rugby player Ryan Crotty on Kensington Palace’s official account.

PEOPLE can confirm that this is Harry’s first Instagram post, although there’s no official word on if there’s more to come.

Harry wrote, “Casual after work workout in @crusadersrugby gym with Ryan Crotty – H.”

The Kensington Palace Instagram, which is shared with Harry by Prince William and Princess Kate, is usually maintained by the royal family’s staff. However, the “-H” at the end of Tuesday’s gym photo is a telltale sign that the post was made by the prince himself.

(Prince Andrew does a similar sign off of “- AY” when he pens his own Tweets on his official Twitter account.)

While some royals fans might have expected Harry’s first Instagram post to have been something a bit more exciting than a gym picture, it’s a perfect first post for the social network. (And hey, at least it wasn’t a food photo.)

On Monday, the Kensington Palace account also shared a sunset photo snapped by the prince, writing, “A photo of the stunning sunrise over #StewartIsland taken by Prince Harry this morning – he wanted to share it with you! #Nofilter #RoyalVisitNZ.”

Harry has been a little late getting into the social media game. He made his first Tweet in May 2014 while promoting his Invictus Games. He also took his first selfie (alongside William) in July 2014, despite the fact he thinks they are “bad.”


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