Prince Harry became one little girl’s real-life Prince Charming this week!
The 30-year-old royal was at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games last night (September 18) when he spotted 5-year-old Isabelle Nixon in tears because she was unable to see the Foo Fighters’ performance.
In true prince form, Harry then walked over to Isabelle and hoisted her up onto his shoulders so that she could enjoy the concert, according to The Daily Mail.
Isabelle is the daughter of Adam Nixon; a former soldier who was confined to a wheelchair after losing a leg in an explosion while serving in Iraq in 2004.
Nixon, a father of four, is now the captain of Great Britain’s wheelchair basketball team.
Harry met Nixon and his family several times throughout the Games, and came to Isabelle’s rescue after he noticed she was unable to see over the crowd.
“He recognized her from earlier in the day and saw she was getting upset because she couldn’t see the band,” Nixon explained to The Daily Mail. “He approached us and smiled at me and just literally picked her up and just started to dance so she could see the stage.”
According to Today, Isabelle didn’t even realize who had lifted her up, as mom Taryn says she had to tell her, “You’re dancing with Prince Harry.”
“I was completely over the moon,” Isabelle added. “I was chuffed to bits.”