"Coming to the end of the trip, four days in Brazil, I've had the most unbelievable time," the redheaded prince says into an iPhone camera while squinting to keep the sun out of his eyes. "Thank you for all the hospitality and the warmth that everyone has shown me and all our team."
The 29-year-old went on to recount his journey, mentioning his visit to the hospitals, rainforest, and Diadema, a town outside of Sao Paulo where Harry openly cried when remembering his late mother, Princess Diana. While in Brazil, the handsome bachelor also attended World Cup matches and played soccer with local kids.
"The whole trip has been absolutely amazing. Meeting all the children, the next generation of footballers, it's really struck home... I feel very very moved to have spent the last four days here with such amazing passionate people in such a beautiful country," Harry said.
Prince William's younger brother kicked off his South America tour on June 23 and is set to wrap up his travels on June 30, in Chile. While there, the royal will visit a kindergarten for underprivileged children, speak with a Chilean military unit, attend a celebration in recognition of the Queen's birthday, and mingle with locals.
"I'll be back again," Harry said assuringly of Brazil, "Thank you for the hospitality and warmth and I'll see you soon."