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Little Girl Steals Prince Harry's Popcorn At Invictus Games

Little Girl Steals Prince Harry's Popcorn At Invictus Games

This toddler clearly doesn't care too much for royal protocol when it comes to tucking in to snacks.

Emily is the daughter of the prince's friend and former Invictus competitor and Paralympian David Henson, reported The Telegraph.

Prince Harry has shared a poignant moment with a Canadian military veteran after the old soldier paid tribute to the 33-year-old for his work supporting today's servicemen and women. In an act his mother Princess Diana would have been proud of, Prince Harry immediately found a pen and paper and took several minutes to write a letter to this woman, expressing his best wishes and a few words of encouragement.

The family was attending the England vs Denmark volleyball game in Toronto with the prince.

Colonel Catelain, formerly chief of the French mountain commandos, lost both of his legs in Afghanistan and competed at both the London and Orlando Invictus Games.

Mark Blinch  Reuters
Mark Blinch Reuters

"She's very nice - I saw her the other day and she smiled and waved at us".

Prince Harry has previously stated that Markle has been subject to social media attacks regarding her race.

It appears that Prince Harry won't have to dip into his pocket to ensure his girlfriend is safe after NBC made a decision to foot the bill.

Dave Henson is a former Royal Engineer and captained the United Kingdom team at the first Invictus Games in 2014. "You turn up and you think you're invincible in a super-duper aircraft, but you're helpless", he told People.

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