Prince Harry's Reaction to a Boy's "Red Heads Rule!" Sign Is Priceless

Prince Harry made a charming arrival in Australia on Monday. After landing at Sydney International Airport in army fatigues, the royal changed into his white uniform to visit the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. Harry paid his respects at the Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier and smiled widely while chatting with people who gave him a warm welcome. The highlight came when a redheaded boy proudly displayed a sign that said "Red Heads Rule!" According to Nine Network's interview with 12-year-old Ethan Toscan, Harry told the boy he was "fabulous in making the sign and it's awesome to be a redhead." The young fan continued, "He was just like, 'Being a redhead just has to be the No. 1 thing one person can ever be.'"

In true Harry style, the prince had other comedic moments. One person reportedly asked Harry for a selfie, to which he replied, "Selfies are bad . . . just take a normal photograph." The comment might surprise some fans, as Harry and his famous family have posed for a handful of hilarious royal selfies over the years.

Harry is no stranger to sporting army uniforms. He started his military duties in 2005, eventually serving for two tours in Afghanistan. Although he recently announced that he is leaving the military in June, he is set to serve in the Australian army for a month. According to the Australian Defense Forces, Harry "will work and live alongside colleagues in the Australian Army in a number of regiments in Sydney, Darwin and Perth." Read on to see the royal's new pictures, and then check out Harry's hottest pictures.