9 of Prince Harry's Sweetest, Most Inspirational, Totally Badass Moments at the Invictus Games

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Reasons one million through one million and nine that we love Prince Harry.
The 31-year-old royal was out and about in Orlando, Florida, over the weekend for the Invictus Games -- the Paralympic-style, multi-sport event for service members and veterans he created in 2014 -- and, as always, Harry was absolutely charming and hilarious and adorable wherever he went.
1. Like when he tried to eat Jaco van Gass's gold medal. That's not a chocolate coin, Harry!
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2. When he adorably greeted a 7-year old amputee named Rio Woolf at a powerlifting event.
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3. When Harry fired the starting shot at a race and then had this peak Prince Harry reaction.
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4. When he had an eye-opening encounter with track and field events athlete Michael Kacer.
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5. When Harry shared a laugh with a handful of competitors during the cycling finals.
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6. When he was gifted some bright orange clogs by Dutch team captain Rahmon Zondervan.
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7. Every single time he got super enthusiastic while cheering from the sidelines.
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8. Or, better yet, when he cheered with the teams -- like the Georgia volleyball team.
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9. And last but certainly not least -- really, it's only last because you can't top Prince Harry and a baby -- here is Prince Harry and a baby.
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Fun fact: That's British gold winner in recumbent cycling, Rob Cromey-Hawke, and his daughter, whose name is Pippa! What a coincidence!
Harry recently came face-to-face with a 9-year-old who wanted to know if he is ever going to be king. Watch the hilarious interaction in the video below.