Prince Harry, the TV repairman

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What do you know?! Prince Harry is not only great at piloting helicopters, partying and stealing our hearts, he can also repair tellies.

And that's just what he did for one family during his three-day trip to Chile.

While visiting the impoverished village of El Vergel, the 29-year-old Royal took it upon himself to mend the television, E! Online reported.

The prince was inside one of the houses in the slum when he noticed the TV wasn't working properly.

Mail Online reported the home owner Coca Perez, 50, as saying: "He looked at it and he started to fiddle with the cable. He managed to get it working so we can watch Chile playing Brazil later. Now I can tell everyone that Prince Harry is my TV repair man!"

They might have wished he didn't - Chile lost to Brazil on penalties.

Here's a few photos of the fun-loving brother of Prince William.

Game face on! Prince Harry looking all serious before a meeting with Chile's President Michelle Bachelet at the La Moneda Presidential Palace in Santiago on June 27.

Prince Harry fooling around with Mapuche indigenous children during a visit to the Integra Foundation, a daycare centre for at-risk children.

All smiles. Prince Harry greeting residents of the El Vergel neighbourhood in Valparaiso city on June 28. 

Prince Harry speaking with members of the British community in Valparaiso city.

Prince Harry chatting with volunteer firefighters of the George Garland company.

Prince Harry posing for a photo with Valparaiso Fire Brigade members.

Sources: E! Online, Mail Online