Whilst speaking to Gunners graduating from RAF Honington, Suffolk, he spotted an excited group of children peering in between the soldiers’ legs, trying to get his attention.
After crouching down to speak to the group of children, much to their delight, Harry was then presented with an RAF Regiment teddy bear by 10-year-old Sam Brown. Sam’s father, Flight Sergeant Jordan Brown, has been diagnosed with brain cancer.
Prince Harry wore his military uniform as he took part in the ceremony at the RAF base. After the ceremony, the Prince made a stop at UK-wide brain injury charity, Headway, in a separate visit.
The prince has been increasingly open about his commitment to supporting people with under-recognised illnesses such as head injuries. Launching the charity’s new Brain Injury Identity Card movement, he met with brain injury survivors in Ipswich, Suffolk, before partaking in a baking workshop with the group.