Prince Harry props crying girl on shoulders at Invictus Games concert

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(PIX11) — A little kid propped up on an adult’s shoulder to better see a show isn’t anything new.

But, when the adult happens to be one of the most recognizable members of royalty in the world, it’s pretty special.

During a Foo Fighters concert for the Invictus Games, Prince Harry of Britain spotted a little girl named Isabelle who was crying because she couldn’t see the stage. Harry then scooped her up and put her on his shoulder, NBC reported.

Isabelle’s mother tweeted a picture of the 30-year-old prince and with her daughter, saying, “Thank you!! What an amazing end to an amazing week.#invictusgames”.

Isabelle attended the concert with her father, who lost a leg in an IED blast in Basra and was the captain of Team Great Britain’s wheelchair basketball team during the games.

Harry may have the reputation of a playboy, but it’s clear he has a heart of gold.

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