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Prince Harry Visits Estonia and was Surprised to See Someone He Wasn't Expecting

Prince Harry's trip to Estonia was a resounding success. The two-day royal tour was just the ideal breather for the prince after his break-up with girl friend Cressida Bonas. Here are the highlights of the prince's latest engagement.

The 29-year-old travelled to Talinn on a £143 easyJet flight. Although this is not the first time that the prince has flown on a budget carrier, this mode of transport is still unusual for a royal, especially on an official visit. Oh, well, anyway, the prince is known for his being unusual. 

Prince Charles' younger son paid his respects to Estonia's war dead on a visit to Freedom Square. More than 300 people were there to cheer the royal sensation as he arrived in the square. 

The prince was more than happy to to pose for selfies.

A little girl even got overcome by the prince's presence, so he snuggled bashfully into her father's chest after presenting a delighted Prince Harry with her Union flag.

After the wreath-laying ceremony, Prince Harry made a speech before the Estonian parliament. 

On day 2, Prince Harry met Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves who accompanied him on a visit to Estonian servicemen.

"I remember him, that's a familiar face," a surprised Prince Harry said when he saw Capt. Daniel Tarlap, his old roommate from Afghanistan, who he hasn't met in six years. A reunion, indeed. He befriended Tarlap so he could e-mail then-girlfriend Chelsy Davy.

The troops Prince Harry compose the military exercise called Spring Storm. This involves servicemen from U.K. Estonia and the U.S. It is the largest army exercise to be held in the country.

On Sunday, Prince Harry flew to Italy for another tour. 


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