Prince Harry met World War Two veterans and stars of the film 'Dunkirk' at its world premiere in London on Thursday (13.07.17).
The 32-year-old royal greeted the movie's star-studded cast that includes the likes of Harry Styles, Tom Hardy and Sir Kenneth Branagh at the Odeon in Leicester Square, where the premiere was staged.
He was accompanied on the red carpet by 96-year-old veteran George Wagner, while he was later seen shaking hands with Styles, who is making his movie debut in the Christopher Nolan-directed war film.
Prior to the premiere, Prince Harry also met veterans of Dunkirk, who recalled their experiences of the evacuation to the royal.
The movie itself centres on the story of efforts to evacuate troops from the beaches of Dunkirk between May 26 and June 4 in 1940.
Despite the interest surrounding Styles' appearance in the movie, the One Direction star previously insisted he didn't have time to worry about "anything too personal" on the set of 'Dunkirk'.
Styles insisted his focus was always on the film's success, rather than what critics would think about his own performance.
He previously said: "I think for me when I first heard, that Chris was making this film, I was kinda already excited to watch it.
"I think it's something I've always been excited for had I had absolutely no involvement, and I think other than the urge to want to get involved in it and try to you know, try to do anything to be a part of it. I can't say I really thought too much other than that about it."