But His Royal Highness didn't look terribly convinced.
The Prince was joined by David Cameron, who also received a £90 doll, at the reception held in a Manhattan photographic studio used by Madonna.
But the two men, in the US on separate official visits, both wanted a few adjustments made to their figures.
The event which was part of the Great campaign, a Government initiative which promotes the UK around the world as a place to visit, study and do business in, on the back of the success of the Diamond Jubilee and London 2012.
The small models were created by MakieLab a company started only 18 months ago in London by two women, Jo Reach and Alex Taylor.
Ms Reach, 37, described the Prince's reaction to his doll: "Harry said he was impressed that we got his (Army Air Corps) cap right but he thought it looked a bit French so he adjusted it more on the side."
Harry laughed when the PM jokingly complained that the makers had given him a new brushed forward hairdo.
"We're trying to modernise you" one of the company founders said and Mr Cameron replied, smiling: "I'll take that tip on board."
MakieLab, a 3D printing company which makes toys of the future created the Prince and the politician dolls especially for the Great event.
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