Prince Harry Lost A Boxing Match To Little Harry, Royal Meets A Black Lab

By Catherine Martin | Apr 08, 2017 07:47 AM EDT
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Prince Harry gave joy to a cute and adorable boy who shares the same namesake as his. Prince Harry and little Harry had a boxing match and the royal lost to the tot.

In the photos shared by People, Prince Harry and little Harry had a great time together. When the toddler was asked who won on their boxing match, "Me!" he proudly said.

According to the report, Dan Phillips introduced his son, Harry to Prince Harry at the British team trials in Bath, England for the Invictus Games which are taking place in Toronto in September. The two Harrys looked happy and adorable together.

"Big Harry was teaching little Harry to box," said Dan Phillips. "They were high-fiving and boxing. We were chuffed to bits that they met, as we call our son our Prince Harry!"

Dan Phillips added that he really wanted to introduce his son to the royal prince and when the two met it, felt amazing. Phillips was medically discharged from the 2nd Mercian regiment due to a spinal cord injury. Little Harry's dad is now hoping to take part in archery and shot put events.

Aside from meeting little Harry, Prince Harry also met another archery competitor Jon Flint with his dog assistant from Canine Partners, black Labrador Jester. The dog barked and looked frisky when Prince Harry approached him.

According to Jon Flint, Jester is a snob, but he is always all right with royalty. Prince Harry is pretty good in taming him. Prince William's brother always asks him first if he can say "hello" to Jester because it is difficult to approach the dog without greeting him "hello" at first.

Major Bruce Erkman, 37, who serves with 16 Air Assault Brigade in Colchester, Essex finds Prince Harry a prince for everyone because the royal is very approachable. Ex-militaries and those who are still serving like Erman hold the royal prince in high regard, BBC reported.

How do you find Prince Harry's effort in reaching out to the participants of Invictus games? Drop a comment below.

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