London, June 26 : Britain's Prince Harry was mobbed by hoards of adoring female fans as he toured the agricultural showground at Costessey, Norfolk.
The young royal passed a smile as teenage girls at the Royal Norfolk Show chanted his name and shouted, 'You're fit'.
The soldier prince was at the event to mark the centenary of the granting of the Royal Charter to the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, which runs the show.
During a three-hour trip around stands and displays, the 23-year-old spoke to farmers and tried out a pedal-operated dibber - a tool that digs holes in soil for bulbs.
Harry also delighted onlookers by swapping his regimental Household Division tie for one with cartoon farm animals on.
"It's fantastic to have him here. He's a very good soldier and a good chap," the Mirror quoted Show president General Richard Dannatt, who is also Harry's boss as head of the Army, as saying.