Prince Harry, toddler steal show as she steals his popcorn

Kelly Massey
September 30, 2017

Either you can yell like Joey Tribbiani of classic TV show "Friends" - "Joey doesn't share food" - or you can actually share your food.

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A video of a little girl taking popcorn from Prince Harry is going viral.

She had been munching away for almost a minute, before the prince caught her red-handed, and teased her by taking the bag away before giving in. After 30 seconds of nomnoming the popcorn, prince Harry finally noticed the food theft and playfully pulled his bucket of popcorn away from the toddler.

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She managed to go undetected for almost a minute before she was spotted, with Prince Harry then proceeding to feed Emily more popcorn and entertain her by pulling faces.

As if we couldn't love Prince Harry any more right now - that popcorn moment yesterday, too much - he only goes and melts our hearts AGAIN. Then another one. And another one.

A toddler has become the unlikely star of the volleyball at the Invictus Games, after sneaking a few pieces of popcorn from Prince Harry.

It appears that Prince Harry won't have to dip into his pocket to ensure his girlfriend is safe after NBC chose to foot the bill.

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

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