Caption: Prince Harry pounced as his Invictus Games speech flew away [ANDY OLIVER/GOFFPHOTOS.COM]
PRINCE Harry showed off his quick reflexes as he swiftly acted to save a speech he was delivering following a badly-timed gust of wind.
Harry stamped on the sheet of paper as it flew away from him and then raised a laugh from the audience as he joked "no blowing from the left, thank you.
The charming royal, 29, had to retrieve his notes as he was delivered a good luck message to the British competitors at his inaugural Invictus Games today.
Harry helped unveil the UK's 130-strong team of injured personnel during an address at London Bridge in front of a crowd of reporters.
The Prince joked that he would get "so much banter" from the servicemen and women behind him who are due to compete in the Paralympic-style event. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
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