He made this pit stop solo.
Prince Harry was all smiles Sunday while he toured the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team’s garage without his wife, Meghan Markle.
Dressed in a black polo shirt and donning a pair of fashionable sunglasses, the Duke of Sussex, 39, was spotted chatting happily with Team Mercedes in the garage, reports Fox News.
The lifelong F1 fan and car collector was also spotted talking with the Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner just prior to the start of the Circuit of the Americas race.
Prince Harry was not the only celebrity to attend the iconic race.
“Grey’s Anatomy” alum Patrick Dempsey, 57, and his wife, Jillian Fink, were also in attendance alongside Spice Girls’ Geri Halliwell and newly single Joe Jonas.
Jonas, 34, was reportedly seen smiling and engaging with fans after the singer reached a child custody deal with ex-wife Sophie Turner.
Noticeably absent, however, was the Duchess of Sussex who decided to sit out this lap after attending a mental health conference with her husband in New York City on Oct. 10.
During the conference, the mother of two said that she was frightened for the day that their children would begin using social media.
“As parents, though our kids are really young, they’re two and a half and four and a half… but social media is not going away,” Markle stated at the time.
“I think by design, there was an entry point that was supposed to be positive in creating community and something has devolved, and there’s no way to hear that and not try to help these families have their stories be heard.”
The “Suits” alum added that “being a mom is the most important thing in my entire life — outside, of course, being a wife to this one.”
“But I will say, I feel fortunate that our children are at an age, again, quite young, so this isn’t in our immediate future, but I also feel frightened by how it’s continuing to change,” she continued. “And this will be in front of us. As they say, ‘Being a parent, the days are long but the years are short.’ So it worries me. But I’m also given a lot of hope and a lot of energy by the progress we’ve made in the last year.”
Their return to New York was the first since their alleged “near catastrophic car chase” in May