By Camille Nzengung
Oct 22, 2018 @ 6:00 pm

From all of the adorable PDA to Meghan Markle’s stylish maternity looks, Meghan and Prince Harry’s first royal tour has just been the gift that keeps on giving. While it’s hard to choose a favorite moment (there are so many!), we have Harry to thank for one of the most LOL-worthy of the trip so far.

On Sunday morning, while Meghan rested at home, Australia’s ABC reports that Prince Harry attended the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney where he was asked by an athlete to sign his budgie smuggles (which we call a speedo in the U.S.). Unfortunately, given royal protocol surrounding signing items for fans, he had to politely decline.

Later that day, the Harry had another run-in with a speedo, thanks Invictus Games athletes who gifted the 34-year-old dad-to-be with a custom pair of his own that read “Team AUS Down Under” on the backside.

According to Us Weekly, Harry accepted the gift with a laugh saying, “Oh, look at those! It doesn’t get better than that, does it? And this type of silk camouflage, I’ve actually never seen it. Only in Australia would you ever find something like this. It’s so wrong, but it’s wonderful.”

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But it didn’t just end there. If you’ve ever wondered what Harry looks like in a tiny speedo, your prayers have been answered.

Being the good sport that he is, the royal made sure to slip the swimsuit on over his pants before posing for some pretty hilarious pictures.

We can’t help but wonder what Meghan thinks of his new swimsuit ...