Prince Harry has already had several heartwarming moments at the Invictus Games this week (making faces at a popcorn-stealing toddler, holding hands with girlfriend Meghan Markle), but one of his sweetest moments yet involved a paper and a pen.
Four-year-old Emily Henson is the daughter of Paralympian and former Invictus competitor David Henson and didn't seem fazed at all by the royal figure sitting next to her.
Prince Harry playfully pulls his bucket of popcorn away from the toddler. He even fed her some popcorn. While, Prince Harry who was fully busy talking to his colleagues, initially did not pay attention.
The footage had Prince Harry immersed in a conversation, while the little girl next to him sitting on her mother's lap made a decision to invite herself to taste some of the popcorn.
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A builder named Mike added: "She usually has guys in a dark auto - I've seen them escorting her in and they try to shield her a bit".
After teasing her and making some amusing faces, Harry finally agreed to share the popcorn.
Harry on Sunday played host to US First Lady Melania Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Invictus Games.
In fact, she would have been well within her rights to take Harry's wallet.