Prince Harry was joined by former president Barack Obama at the Invictus Games to the surprise of crowds in Toronto.
Obama and his former second-in-command Joe Biden cheered on the American wheelchair basketball team as they took on France.
The Prince and Mr Obama were seen chuckling together and enjoying a bit of a 'bromance'.
They posed for photos with young fans at the Paralympic-style event for wounded and disabled service personnel and veterans.
Jill Biden, former second lady of the United States, also came to watch the event and said she was "thrilled" to cheer on Team USA.
Mr Obama's wife Michelle, who spoke passionately at the opening ceremony of the Games in Orlando, was not in attendance.
After posing for pre-match photos with the American team, the group sat had front row seats for the event.
Harry has also played host to US First Lady Melania Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the 2017 Invictus Games.
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