Yesterday, Prince Charming Harry visited Lancashire, England, and attended a series of events focusing on veterans, nature conservation and mental well-being (all causes dear to the British royal’s heart). But one meeting in particular is giving us all the feels.
The town in northwestern England was ravaged by storms back in 2015, after which Prince Harry paid his first visit and met local resident Winnie Hodson, who is now 99 years old. Yesterday, on his second trip, the two were reunited and gah, it’s just too cute.
Hodson’s 77-year-old daughter, also named Winnie, was touched that the royal remembered her mother. She said, “He remembered her from last time. He was asking how we were and about the floods.” We wouldn’t expect anything less from the son of the People’s Princess.
But that’s not all. Later that afternoon, Prince Harry visited the Brockholes Nature Reserve and watched a group of young people take part in ecotherapy activities designed to help them deal with mental health issues and build up their confidence. Sitting around the campfire with the children, the royal declined an offer to roast marshmallows, revealing (shock and horror) that he doesn’t like them.
That’s OK, Harry. You’re still our (second) favorite royal.