Prince Harry meets a lot of people every year through the events that he goes to and the philanthropy associations he supports. And keeping in mind that he’s extremely busy completing assignments under the Crown, he sets aside a few minutes with his fans.

At the point when people heard that the prince is coming to town, some of them go to extremes to see him face to face. The fortunate ones may get the chance to shake his hand or get a kiss on the cheek. One lady burned through seven hours holding up in the rain so she could meet one of her most loved persons from the royal family. She met him two years ago and now she hope he would remember her.

The prince was going to Sydney, Australia, to promote the Invictus Games. While he was visiting Sydney Harbor, Daphne Dunne, a 97-year-old lady, patiently waited with throngs of different fans.

Prince Harry easily moved himself through the people to welcome and salute them when he spotted Daphne. She didn’t have anything to fear because he recognized her immediately. He instantly went to her.

Daphne initially met the prince when he was working with the Australian Defense Force and halted at the Sydney Opera House. He choose Daphne from the crowd due to her numerous military decorations she was wearing. One specifically, the Victoria Cross, stood out.

Daphne is a veteran of the Australian Women’s Army service. She told Harry how her first husband, who passed on at 24 years old during World War II, was granted the Victoria Cross after death. They had just been married for one year when he passed away.

Daphne wears the decorations to respect the memory of her significant other, Albert Chowne. She frequently puts them on for occasions supporting those involved in the service. At the point when the prince met her the first time, he gave her a kiss on the cheek and he did it once more on their second meeting. Daphne told journalists:

“He remembered me. And gave me another kiss on the other side.”

The prince spent a couple of minutes talking with Daphne and giving her a major embrace.

Like many other from the globe, Daphne respects the prince’s commitment to veterans and people from the military. He built up the Invictus Games in 2014, which permits injured, harmed, or sick armed service people to compete in different sporting events. Sydney, Australia, will host the games in 2018. There’s most likely that Daphne will give her best to see the prince once more.