An orphan who Prince Harry befriended when volunteering in Africa was among the first guests to greet the royal couple after their extraordinary wedding at Windsor Castle.
The new Duke of Sussex first struck up a friendship with Mutsu Potsane, aged 4 at the time, during his gap year stay in the southern African nation in 2004.
The pair stayed in touch over the years, reunited on multiple occasions.
Now Mutsu, whose proper first name is Relebohile, was one of ten representatives from Harry's charity Sentebale at Saturday's (May 19) fairytale wedding, according to the Daily Express.
Harry co-founded the charity in 2006 with Lesotho’s Prince Seeiso in memory of their respective mothers work in the African kingdom, which has the world’s second-highest rate of HIV.