WATCH ABOVE: Prince Harry puts on his best ‘angry face’ to perform the Haka
LINTON, NZ – Britain’s Prince Harry took part in a traditional Maori haka on Wednesday with New Zealand troops.
He joined soldiers at Linton Military Base Camp, located just south of Palmerston North on New Zealand’s North Island for the performance.
Harry also drove one of the army’s Polaris all-terrain vehicles at the base.
WATCH ABOVE: Troops react after performing Haka, spending time with Prince Harry
The Prince arrived in New Zealand from Australia late last week after a month-long embedment with the Australian army.
The British royal plans to visit New Zealand through May 16 and is scheduled to visit Whanganui and Auckland.