Prince Harry Helps a Paralympic Competitor Who Fell Out of Her Wheelchair

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Prince Harry
continues to be so royally wonderful.

The 31-year-old humanitarian helped a fallen competitor during the trials for the Paralympic-style 2016 Invictus Games, after a gust of wind caused her to lose control of her wheelchair.

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"I was just putting my gloves back on and sat back in my chair when the wind took me over," 33-year-old competitor Anna Pollock told reporters. "Harry said to me, 'What did you do that for?!'"

The Royal Air Force Medic, who is partially paraplegic due to a past spinal bleed, admitted she was a little starstruck when Harry came over.

"I saw him and thought I've got to take the opportunity to ask for a picture," she said.

"He was so lovely to help me and he gives so much," Pollock added. He makes all the lads and the lasses feel important."

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Kensington Palace posted a photo of Harry talking to competitors from the trials, writing, "The trials, which are being run over the next three days at the University of Bath, will see wounded, injured and sick military personnel and veterans compete across 10 sports for one of 100 places available on the UK team."

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While addressing the competitors, Harry said, "The excitement is building not just here but also across the pond. You will be unbelievably amazed by the amount of support there is out there for you."

"You are now or will be ambassadors for the Invictus shirt, and the Invictus spirit," the royal added. "Wherever you go and whatever you do, spread the word."

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The 2016 Invictus Games  will take place in Orlando, Florida, from May 8-12. Harry has been involved in the games since their inception in 2014, after witnessing the Warrior Games in Colorado, and seeking to bring international attention to their cause of honoring injured service members, veterans, and military personnel worldwide.

Watch the video below to see Prince Harry's emotional moment with an injured U.S. Marine.

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