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Prince Harry charms child as he visits Grenfell families

Prince Harry is well known for his charming personality and it seems he's won over another young fan today.

While visiting schoolchildren affected by the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in north Kensington, the 32-year-old was pictured posing for a photo with a cheerful schoolgirl.

The excited youngster appeared over the moon after meeting the royal and pulled a cheeky face as she walked away.   

Prince Harry is well known for his charming personality and it seems he's won over another young fan today

Prince Harry is well known for his charming personality and it seems he's won over another young fan today

While visiting schoolchildren affected by the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in north Kensington, the 32-year-old was pictured posing for a photo with a cheerful schoolgirl

While visiting schoolchildren affected by the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in north Kensington, the 32-year-old was pictured posing for a photo with a cheerful schoolgirl

The excited youngster appeared over the moon after meeting the royal and pulled a cheeky face as she walked away

The excited youngster appeared over the moon after meeting the royal and pulled a cheeky face as she walked away

The Prince and his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, met survivors of the high-rise blaze and community volunteers as they visited a new centre to provide those affected with psychological support.

Harry has previously admitted he struggled in the years after the shock death of his mother Diana, only seeking help more than a decade later.

Responding to pupils at two nearby schools who said they had been talking to each other about the fire, he said: 'That's all you can do, is be there for each other because there will be some people... who either don't want to talk about their experiences... or think they are absolutely fine, and in years' time suddenly they might have some nightmares and that's when you guys will be crucial, because you have been through that process.'

The Prince and his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, met survivors of the high-rise blaze and community volunteers as they visited a new centre to provide those affected with psychological support

The Prince and his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, met survivors of the high-rise blaze and community volunteers as they visited a new centre to provide those affected with psychological

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