Stop, thief! Prince Harry catches toddler 'stealing' his popcorn

Meghan Markle

But, it is Harry and another, rather different little lady that has got us all swooning for the Prince now.

Emily, the daughter of former Invictus athlete David Henson, who had both his legs blown off by an explosive in Afghanistan in 2011, seemed enthralled by her new royal friend.

The footage had Prince Harry immersed in a conversation, while the little girl next to him sitting on her mother's lap chose to invite herself to taste some of the popcorn.

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. "Remember, just like Joey, Harry too doesn't share food"!

After teasing her and making some amusing faces, Harry finally agreed to share the popcorn.

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Fortunately for the prince, the adorable perpetrator was only after Harry's popcorn. From that point on out, the hammy illustrious gave her his complete consideration, sustaining her popcorn, and making an entire scope of senseless appearances to her pleasure.

Prince Harry teasing the toddler and making some amusing faces.

After jokingly pulling the popcorn away, Harry offered the tot a couple of pieces, before pulling a classic "one for you - oh, oh no! - it's in my mouth" dad move.

Prince Harry has his popcorn pinched by 2-year-old Emily Henson at the Invictus Games in Canada.

England defeated Denmark at volleyball, but this interaction officially wins.

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