If you had any doubts as to whether Prince Harry is your favorite royal, his helpful gesture for one woman who uses a wheelchair should change your mind.
During trials for the Invictus Games, a sporting event that raises awareness for wounded veterans, in Bath, England, last week, Royal Air Force Medic Anna Pollock fell over in her wheelchair. Prince Harry, being the nice guy he is, rushed to her aid.
"He was so lovely to help me and he gives so much," 33-year-old Pollock, who is partially paraplegic, said of the prince's kind gesture, according to Gazette Live. "He makes all the lads and the lasses feel important."
Prince Harry, who launched the Invictus Games back in 2014, was at the trials, supporting athletes who were competing for a spot on the U.K. team, according to the outlet. Pollock, who was among the hopefuls, had approached the royal earlier for a photo. Shortly after, a strong gust of wind caused the competitor's lightweight racing wheelchair to tip over.
The prince, who has long been a supporter of veterans, came over and not only helped Pollock out, but joked around with her.
"Harry said to me 'What did you do that for?' I said, 'To show you how not to do that,'" she said, recalling the conversation she had with the royal after she fell, according to The Telegraph. "I said 'Are you sure you had nothing to do with it?'"
The Invictus Games will be held in Orlando, Florida, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in May, according to the event's website.
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