Perhaps he is a member of the British royal family, but that does not mean that Prince Harry is over commercial flying as well as others.
The new father was spotted by eagle-eyes with a royal flying flier from Rome back to London after his trip to Italy for the ISPS Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup.
Amy Garrick shared photos of the Prince of Facebook, who were redeployed to Instagram, revealing that she noticed that the Prince was on a flight while waiting to use the bathroom on the plane.
"As I stand there, I see and see a man who looks like Prince Harry. And he has a wedding ring and looks very tired," she wrote.
"The boy looks like it's safe for me to look at me. Finally, my brain will clicks and I realize that Prince Harry returns to London from Rome."
Mrs. Garrick wrote that Harry "smiled politely and said:" Hi, when I realized I knew who he was. "
"I tried to get a photo when it got off the plane. I did not want to bully him and I feel bad to take, but not every day to see him!" she continued.
Harry was in Rome to take part in a fund raising competition, raising money for his charity Sentabale.
It was the first royal engagement for the prince because he welcomed the birth of his son, Archie Harrison, with his wife Megan Markle earlier this month.
Despite being royal, Harry is not opposed to flying commercial airlines, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly noticing the British Airways flight to Nice, France, just before their wedding.
According to Vogue, the royal family can set up a private jet if the engagement is nationally sanctioned, in the same way as other government officials fly with a charter.
However, younger members of the royal family seem to be trying to cut costs by becoming commercial when they can engage in public engagement.
Kate Middleton flew to a commercial flight for solo travel to the Netherlands and she and her husband, Prince William, also used a flying airlines in Los Angeles for an official visit.