The 32-year-old royal greeted crowds in the Sydney Harbour, including one elderly woman who gave him a sweet hug and a group of women who brought the prince a very special treat.
MORE: Prince Harry Meets With Singapore Muslim Community, Pays Tribute to Victims of London Bridge Terror Attack Holding up a cup and saucer, one woman offered Prince Harry a warm cup of tea as the rain drenched them all. Another held up the popular Australian cookie, Tim Tam. Harry seemed thrilled by the gesture, thanking all of the crowd for waiting out in the rain for him.
Thanks so much to everyone who braved the rain ☔️ to say hello to Prince Harry in Sydney today! pic.twitter.com/aTHt8TKBbK— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) June 7, 2017
Earlier in the day (and indoors), Harry launched the countdown to the 2018 Invictus Games, which will be held in Sydney. And though he was in Australia for a special occasion, that didn’t stop the British royal from remembering the victims of this Saturday’s horrific terror attack in London.Read more at Entertainment Tonight