Prince Harry could not hide his excitement as a passenger in the iconic Spitfire aircraft during a visit to a training academy last year.
Footage shows the Prince shouting with delight as he was flown upside down on a sortie from Goodwood via the Isle of Wight.
As the wheels touch down, the Prince says "my first landing in a Spitfire feels quite good" and when they come to a stop adds "all good things must come to an end".
Harry was visiting two wounded servicemen at the Boultbee Flight Academy ahead of their Spitfire training and the film of his maiden flight in the aircraft has just been released.
Alan Robinson and Nathan Forster will follow a similar flight training programme as WW2 pilots and progress from a Tiger Moth to a Harvard and finally the Spitfire itself with the aim of joining a flypast to mark the 75th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain.
The Flypast will see 35 Spitfires and Hurricanes from the UK, USA and Europe flying in formation from Goodwood over the areas of the UK most affected by the fierce aerial combat that took place during the Battle of Britain.