By Brandi Fowler
Updated Nov 23, 2016 @ 7:00 pm
Credit: Kensington Palace/Twitter

Prince Harry is a guy after our own hearts.

As the royal continues his Caribbean tour, he stopped by St. Kitts Wednesday and released nested turtles out into the wild at Lovers Beach in Nevis. In a swoon-worthy video from the experience shared by Kensington Palace on Twitter, Harry can be seen squatting down in the sand in a white button down top and brown trousers as he guides a few baby turtles to the ocean.

"The Nevis Turtle Group conservation initiative is dedicated to developing a Sea Turtle Conservation Programme in Nevis #RoyalVisitStKitts," the Palace captioned a few photos of Harry releasing the turtles, adding that the group involves the local community in Nevis "to ensure that sea turtles are protected for years to come."

While he participated with the group, Harry inspected turtle nests along the beach in Nevis, many of which can include up to 500 turtle eggs per nest, the Palace revealed in a tweet.

Prince Harry was his usual endearing self during his trip to St. Kitts, and shook children's hands who gathered to meet him as he arrived there earlier in the day.

He also went on to unveil Saint Kitts and Nevis's dedication to The @QueensCanopy at Central Forest Reserve National Park #RoyalVisitStKitts, saying in a speech, "I feel so lucky to be visiting St. Kitts and Nevis on behalf of The Queen. Her Majesty sends her best wishes to you all and is sorry not to be able to come personally."

"On trips like this, I have the great privilege of meeting leaders and dignitaries from many fields," he continued. "But what is most important to me, is having the chance to meet the young people of the countries I visit. There is no better way to judge the future of a country then by spending time with its youth; taking the time to listen to what they have to say; and understanding their vision for the nation they will inherit."

Meghan Markle is one lucky girl.