Just call him Prince Cupid.
Prince Harry may be preparing for his royal wedding with Meghan Markle later this month (May 19!), But he has helped at least one of his army mates to find love.
Corporal of Horse Frankie O'Leary told reporters Wednesday the prince "kindly helped me out well with a young lady."
O'Leary, who was Harry's vehicle operator on his first tour of Afghanistan in 2007, said the royal was on his way to see his army mate go with a woman
»He closed the window and said: See you later, Frank, "the CoH said. "I was like," See you later, sir. "
When he happened to see a prince by chance the man she dated, he left O. Leary's date with "her jaw on the floor."
The moment made a lasting impression on the soldier's friend, Niina, as she after that, O & # 39; revealed Leary. 19659002] "I just played it cool," said O'Leary. "It helped – she became my wife."
O & Leary is pleased that his friend is so in love and is preparing for his own zest for life.
"I've seen him grumpy, this is a happy man out there," he said.
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O'Leary will be part of Harry's special day as he becomes a member of the cart procession of the Prince and Meghan, completed with 24 soldiers and two officers on horses.
The CoH will be the first rider on the left side escorting Harry's car to summon the prince himself
"It really matters to us, because he served with us as the Household Cavalry in Windsor, and he wears still our uniform at regular intervals, "he said.
" It is a true sense of pride in being asked to participate in something that becomes an amazing opportunity and celebration, "O Leary added The British Army will be well represented at the upcoming royal wedding. 28, recently said to the people who will help form the 24-headed staircase on the steps of St. George's Chapel and greet Harry and Meghan with a "royal greeting" when they are husband and wife