The 32-year-old royal attended the U.K. Team Launch for the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto on Tuesday, where he made some time to meet a 6-year-old girl named Maya. Maya showed Harry a letter she wrote about how proud she is of her mom, Michelle, who has been selected to compete in the games this year. Squatting to get on Maya's level, Prince Harry held the letter, as Maya adorable beamed while holding her mother's hand.
"Thank you so much to Prince Harry and Help for Heroes for helping my mummy and her friends," Maya wrote.
In addition to Maya, Harry also met the 90 members of the U.K. team for Invictus Toronto, which will take place in September. The team will compete in 11 sports across the games.
The Invictus Games obviously hold a special place in Harry's heart -- he created the international Paralympic-style multi-sport event in which wounded, injured or sick servicemen and women compete.
"I know many of you have struggled over the years, but you are here now and you have this amazing opportunity in front of you to share with your family and friends," Harry said at the reception on Tuesday. "You have made an incredible journey to this point -- you have been defiant and courageous. Do not forget your ability to inspire others."