We're going to need a clean up on aisle three... He's bloody done it again.
Just when we thought Prince Harry couldn't possibly be any more charming, he pulls such a stunt.
And we have no words.
The 33-year-old (we're hoping) betrothed loved of Meghan Markle is five days deep into his beloved Invictus Games in Toronto.
Harry's girlfriend may have skipped the most recent event, but the royal was in good company in the shape of the uber cute Emily Henson.
The two-year-old is the daughter of former Invictus competitor and Paralympian, David Henson and his wife Hayley.
The Henson clan were seated with Harry watching the volleyball, when the prince discovered his neighbour had a case of sticky fingers.
Captain Wales couldn't contain his glee when he caught young Emily, red-handed, bravely raiding his popcorn.
Watch the moment Harry catches her in the video right at the top... It is SO cute!
Showing off why he's great with kids, everyone got to see what he would be like with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The proud uncle playfully teased and made faces at the two-year-old - resulting in many chuckles among the stand.
This year, Harry admitted to the Telegraph, "Of course, I'd love to have kids."
Along with being a pretty stellar uncle, Harry is the godfather to six of his friends' children - a role he takes very seriously.
"I think the key to that is to be able to grow up, but also be able to stay in touch with your childhood side."
Emily's da, David is an Invictus hero and a close friend to Harry.
The former military man lost his legs in 2011 after an IED blew up, while he was serving in Afghanistan.
Despite the harrowing event, Dave has gone from strength to strength.
In 2014, he captained the British Team for the inaugural Invictus Games in London, then two years later he took out the bronze medal for the 200m blade running at the 2016 Paralympics.
It's clear that Harry is completely at ease at the Invictus Games... And he's happy to chat about anything, even Meghan!
Talking to the cyclists who were competing on Tuesday, he shared that his girlfriend is “loving” the Paralympic-style games that he founded three years ago.
Speaking to People, former U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Kyle Burnett revealed, "I asked him how his girlfriend was enjoying it and he said, ‘She loves it, she’s loving the games,’ which is awesome."
The games has also given the royal to reunite with many dear friends, including triple amputee Mark Ormrod.
The two first met back in 2008 at Headley Court, and Harry was clearly emotional to see the war hero again.
Mark was serving as a Royal Marine when lost an arm and both his legs at the age of 24 after he stepped on a mine during a routine patrol on Christmas Eve in 2007.
He was the first triple amputee to survive the Afghanistan conflict.
When Harry first met Mark, the veteran was in hospital for nine weeks, recovering.
Mark has the utmost respect for the Prince, having said in the past, "He's been out there and he's seen and done it."
"They are both quite involved and they don't just sit on the sidelines. It makes a difference to us rather than having someone who hasn't experienced it, it makes them more genuine."
Yesterday, he won a silver medal for indoor rowing, and Harry was delighted to be there for the special moment.
This was his very first Invictus win, and the former solider had his wife and children there from Plymouth to watch the achievement.
After receiving his medal, Mark's kids made their way past the royal to cuddle and celebrate with their dad.
Harry would be incredibly proud to hear how positive the games have been for triple amputee, who is taking part in the rowing, hand cycling and swimming events.
"The support since making the team has been phenomenal from everybody from my wife, my children from my friends, my family," he told the the Forces Network.
"The support from other teammates has been incredible and the support from the UK public as well.
"My one regret is that I didn’t get into this a lot sooner, not just the Invictus Games but, prior to that, any kind of sport, because it’s had a profoundly positive impact on my recovery. I want to cap of this decade on a high."
Watch Harry hold back tears as Mark celebrates with his family!
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