The prince, who himself served for a decade in the army including two tours of Afghanistan, was so moved that he ran up the stairs of the arena to find Sgt Baker, who was in a wheelchair, and greet him.Sinking to his knees, he held the old man's hand and listened to him as he repeated his gratitude.
Harry and Meghan's relationship has been the source of much public interest during the week that he has been in Toronto for the sporting event; coincidentally the city is also the location of filming for Meghan's popular TV show Suits, and the prince is even said to have paid a visit to the set after arriving in Canada before the start of the games.She was spotted by her boyfriend's side on Monday as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their public debut at the Invictus Games.And although she has not been in attendance since it seems that the royal is not short of company.'Harry's given them [this generation] that spirit.' Asked about his conversation with the Prince, he said modestly: 'He thanked me.' As he told Harry his own story, the Prince exclaimed: 'Wow, that's amazing.Fantastic.' He then checked that Sgt Baker had a VIP seat for the rest of the wheelchair rugby game.