PRINCE Harry delighted Radio 2 listeners in a hilarious interview with Chris Evans which saw the Royal finish by reading out travel updates.
Fans called for the prince to be a regular feature in the show, which he used today to inspire Britons to back sick and wounded soldiers.
Appearing on the breakfast show with Chris Evans the Royal rallied support for the 2016 Invictus Games which will take place in Orlando, America.
The Prince’s own sporting event will take place next month – with veterans from 15 countries battling it out in sporting events.
Chris Evan opened the show bidding a big “good morning ginge” to the Prince before helping the nation get to know him a little better.
During a short quick fire questions Harry was asked to pick his favourite of two options.
He chose dogs over cats, Strictly Come Dancing over the Bake Off, Ant over Dec, swings over slides and football over cricket.
But football was then trumped by Rugby and he chose motorbikes over cars, also revealing he prefers flip-flops to sandals and crisps over peanuts.
He then urged the British public to support the former servicemen and women who will represent Britain after devastating injuries left them needing to start life all over again.
Harry, who has now left the forces, said the men and women taking part are all desperate to “put the Union jack on their left breast and serve their country again”.
He said: “This is not just a military event, yes it’s for military competitors, but the I Am brand has become so strong now that it is a huge, huge deal for civilians.
“Anyone who needs a pick me up, a lift in life, these guys who have served their country across the world.
“They are using sport to get themselves back into employment back into life and they need the support form all of us.
“They’ve put their life on the line – it’s the least they deserve.