After the Bokke secured their monumental win against the English in the Rugby World Cup, the celebrations in the locker room were a sight to behold from beginning to end.
But one player stood out amongst the revelry for his patriotic choice of attire, that not only celebrated the win, but also greeted a humble Prince Harry - Faf de Klerk's South African flag swimsuit.
De Klerk is no stranger to going viral online, but this final act has stamped him into the online Hall of Fame - and for all the right reasons.
His swimsuit look could be taking SA's beaches by storm during this year's keDezemba, especially the big party beaches where De Klerk and the rest of the Bokke can let loose after winning us this much-deserved trophy.
But where to get your own? The swimsuit really is proudly South African from Bean Bag the Brand, who are taking pre-orders for Christmas at the moment because "Faf broke the internet and depleted our stock!" according to their website.
When you do manage to get your own, here are a few of SA's top party beaches where you can rock out just like Faf.
The capital of December fun in KwaZulu-Natal, Ballito will be keen to keep the World Cup gees alive.
Among the sundowner cocktails and influencer photo shoots, a Faf swimsuit on Cape Town's most famous beach will definitely turn heads.
Rock out to sunset silent discos or wile the days away on a party yacht in your country's colours.
Stand out among the resort crowds or find your kindred souls with the call of the swimsuit.
Braais, supertubes and brandy-and-coke fumes will only be enhanced by the onslaught of Faf-inspired outfits that will dominate this summer.
As the beaches are taken over by fresh matriculants looking to celebrate their freedom, many will have gotten this swimsuit as a graduation present.
What better way to dodge the kitesurfers than to announce your presence with green, red and gold?
Families looking to chill in Gordon's Bay might have to shield the young ones' eyes from the gaggle of Faf swimsuits.
Even the Wild Coast of Eastern Cape won't escape our unofficial new South African flag - just be mindful of the confused foreign backpackers who might need some explanations.
If the sharks at uShaka could, they would also be donning the Faf special.
Strut your stuff on a long walk down this Durban beach where you might even bump into the man himself when he escapes the cold English weather to the South African sun.
You might even spot the flag somewhere in the waves when surfers start boarding the speedo-train.
Hopefully it won't scare away the whales - who will be able to spot it a mile away.
The heart of the summer Touchies tournament, the spirit of Rugby World Cup will live on in the swimsuit.