As if we couldn't love Prince Harry any more right now – that popcorn moment yesterday, too much – he only goes and melts our hearts AGAIN.
The prince was out and about in the practice area at the cycling competition in Toronto's High Park, when he was told that Colonel Lauren Catelain – former chief of the French mountain commandos who had lost both his legs in Afghanistan – was unable to compete in the Invictus Games this year (like he has done twice before) because he was caring for his wife who has sadly fallen ill with cancer.
What was Prince Harry's response? To say a few consolatory words and move on?
When French captain David Travadon asked if Harry might write her a quick note, the prince took time out of his tour to pen Guylaine Catelain a personal handwritten letter.
We mean, HOW CUTE?!
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'He took his time to write it and put a lot of care and thought into it,' David told The Mirror.
'It will be very important to her. He sent her his best wishes and told her the spirit of the Games is with her.'
We, like our prince, wish Guylaine a very speedy recovery.