Will you dare to steal prince Harry's popcorn? This little girl did

Posted September 30, 2017

After that, succumbing to Emily's charms, Prince Harry chose to share his popcorn with the adorable toddler.

The couple, who are expected to get engaged in the next few weeks, were pictured hand-in-hand at Prince Harry's Invictus Games in Meghan's home city of Toronto.

Prince Harry popcorn

An innocent two-year-old girl sitting on her mother's lap couldn't resist the temptation and dared to put her hands into a tub of popcorn held by her neighbor - an unsuspecting prince Harry.

After jokingly pulling the popcorn away, Harry offered the tot a couple of pieces, before pulling a classic "one for you - oh, oh no! - it's in my mouth" dad move. But instantly offer a bigger piece to the girl. With Prince Harry finally no-longer the most eligible Bachelor in the world, millions are hoping that a royal wedding is right around the corner, maybe even a baby from Harry?

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After teasing her and making some amusing faces, Harry finally agreed to share the popcorn.

For a moment, Prince Harry takes a second and whisper something in girl's ear.

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