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

Posted September 30, 2017

While watching a volleyball game at the Invictus Games in Toronto, a toddler sitting next to Prince Harry got a bit hungry and made a decision to grab some of the popcorn that the prince was eating.

Prince Harry of Wales was in attendance at the Invictus Games, and was engrossed in the action while talking to his friend. After repeated handfuls, Harry noticed what was going on, pulling the popcorn away, then offering her some in a charitable fashion while making faces to elicit a laugh from the girl.

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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.

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According to reports, the little girl was two-year-old Emily Henson, the daughter of Invictus games athlete Dave Henson.

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