Looks like Prince Harry was just as touched by this moment in September as we all were.
Kensington Palace revealed the handsome royal's 2015 Christmas card on Tuesday, which is a black-and-white photo of Harry with 95-year-old Tom Neil, the last surviving Royal Air Force pilot from the Battle of Britain. On Harry's 31st birthday on Sept. 15, he gave up his seat on a spitfire plane for Tom, so that the veteran could take part in a special flypast to celebrate the Battle of Britain's 75th anniversary.
"Merry Christmas from Prince Harry!" Kensington Palace tweeted alongside a photo of the two clasping hands. "Here's his Christmas card showing one of his favorite moments from 2015."
Merry Christmas from Prince Harry! Here's his Christmas card photo showing one of his favourite moments from 2015 pic.twitter.com/bhk2mq1mYE— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 22, 2015
And here's another adorable photo of the two men -- whom by the looks of it, clearly bonded that day -- with Harry smiling big.
Prince Harry isn't the only royal with a great Christmas card this year. Kensington Palace also recently revealed Prince William and Kate Middleton's super cute Christmas family photo, featuring their two kids, 2-year-old Prince George and 7-month old Princess Charlotte!