Adorable 'Thief' Steals From Prince Harry, Gets Caught Red-Handed

30 September, 2017, 01:50 | Author: Courtney Perry
  • WATCH Cute girl quietly eats Prince Harry's popcorn

Unfortunately for him, it appeared she was only after one thing - his popcorn.

Prince Harry, who created the Invictus Games with his advisors back in 2014, also served for 10 years in the British Army. While, Prince Harry who was fully busy talking to his colleagues, initially did not pay attention.

The moment a little girl stole popcorn from Prince Harry has been caught on camera. Emily, the daughter of Paralympian Dave Henson, was photographed stealing Harry's popcorn during the Sitting Volleyball Finals.

While touring the warm-up area at the cycling event in High Park on Wednesday, Prince Harry learned that a former Invictus athlete's wife is now battling cancer.


She had been munching away for almost a minute, before the prince caught her red-handed, and teased her by taking the bag away before giving in.

Meghan Markle is having round the clock security because of her high profile romance with Prince Harry. "If you see them around town, introduce yourselves, make some new friends, hear what they and their families have been through".

Prince Harry finally agrees to share the popcorn.

The Invictus Games is an worldwide Paralympic-style multi-sport event, created by Prince Harry, in which wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans take part in sporting competitions.

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