Prince Harry had the honor of presenting a medal to a deserving war hero at the inaugural Endeavor Fund Awards

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Prince Harry was honored to meet Neil Heritage at the Endeavor Fund Awards in London on Tuesday.

The prince presented an award to Heritage, a war hero who lost both of his legs in a suicide bombing in Iraq. The injury didn’t stop him from rowing across the Atlantic and nearly climbing to the top of the Matterhorn.

Kensington Palace tweeted a video of the ceremony from its official Twitter account Tuesday night. In the clip, Heritage is greeted by Prince Harry, who puts the medal around his neck and makes sure it’s secure by playfully patting his beard. The two men have a laugh before Heritage is welcomed by Harry’s brother, Prince William.

“Before the awards get underway, a chance to acknowledge @Row2Recovery Atlantic crossing, one of the Endeavours we are celebrating tonight,” the Palace wrote.

The princes spent much of their Tuesday night honoring wounded servicemen and women at the event. Prince William also made a tribute to the late adventurer Henry Worsley.

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“Tonight’s @EndeavourFund Award is an opportunity to pay tribute to Henry Worsley, who tragically died on a solo Antarctic crossing in 2016,” Kensington Palace tweeted.

(H/T: TMZ)

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