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Barack Obama joins Prince Harry for Invictus surprise

Barack Obama joins Prince Harry for Invictus surprise

The Bidens attended the games in Orlando, Florida, in 2016, and former first lady Michelle Obama helped open the second Invictus Games, where she and Prince Harry exchanged many, many hugs.

The 44th US president shared a laugh with the prince, posed for pictures with athletes and shook hands with spectators.

Throughout the exchange, Harry pulled amusing faces, laughed and played games with the little girl and all in all, sent hearts racing across the world.

The little girl reached into the prince's popcorn several times before the two playfully interacted, sharing the food. "Remember, just like Joey, Harry too doesn't share food"! He even fed her some popcorn. However Prince Harry made a decision to play along, and help her eat his popcorn. Indeed a moment she will grow up to cherish!

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Image Tim Rooke REX Shutterstock

The entire incident was caught on video because, well, when are there ever NOT cameras on Prince Harry? Michelle Obama and Jill Biden pitched in, joining Harry to announce the US launch of the Invictus Games in October 2015 with the first lady teasing Harry about his heartthrob status and asking Prince Harry if the United Kingdom was ready to "bring it" to the Invictus Games.

Harry last visited the Honeymoon Capital in 1991 along with his late mother Princess Diana and his brother Prince William.

England defeated Denmark at volleyball, but this interaction officially wins.

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