As fifth in line to the throne, its safe to say Prince Harry will never be King. But that doesn't mean you can't ask.
During a visit to a primary school in Berkshire, U.K., the 31-year-old prince was asked by a young student named Tristan if he would ever be King. Grinning, Harry responded "You'll be glad to know, probably not." Which garnered a look of disappointment from the boy.
"I just want Prince Harry to do what he wants, so what he really, really wants. And yeah I think it'd be a fun experience for him to be King," Tristan said according to the Daily Mail.
Sensing the disappointment, Harry walked over to the boy and gave him a high-five.
The Prince was joined by members of the U.K. Invictus Orlando team at the school to film an episode of Sky Game Changers, a sports show for children.
— Sky Game Changers (@SkyGameChangers) April 27, 2016
Aside from answering audience questions, Harry and the competitors also took part in the TV show's skills challenge.
Prince Harry's 2nd Invictus Games, a Paralympic-style sporting event for injured, wounded and sick service personnel, kicks off next month in Orlando. Prior to the opening ceremony, Harry will be in Toronto to promote the 3rd games which will be held in the city in 2017.