Prince Harry dresses as Spider-Man and the internet can’t get enough

One of the world’s most famous royal families dressed up as a beloved comic book character to send children a special message for Christmas.

Prince Harry dressed up as Spider-Man to deliver a message to children whose parents died serving in the Armed Forces.

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The Duke of Sussex served in the military – and lost his own mother when he was just 12 years old.

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In a video aired at Scotty’s Little Soldiers annual Christmas party, Harry gave a touching message for fallen military children.

Prince Harry dressed as Spider-Man. Credit: Instagram/Scotty’s Little Soldier

“Christmas is a time when we miss our loved ones really, really badly,” said Harry AKA Spider-Man.

“And that’s OK, but at the same time, it can feel guilty to have fun without our parents.

“But I’m here to assure you that our parents always want us to have fun, so don’t feel guilty.

“You’re allowed to have the best time, especially with the Scotty’s Little Soldiers community.”

“So go out there, have the best time, and Merry Christmas,” he added, before removing his mask to reveal who was really behind the costume.

Prince Harry takes off his Spider-Man mask. Credit: Instagram/Scotty’s Little Soldier

The theme of this year’s Scotty’s Little Soldiers’ Christmas party is Heroes and Villains, which explains why the 38-year-old royal is dressed as Spidey.

Harry begins by telling the children that they must catch “five villains” at their Christmas party.

“You have to stop them from ruining Christmas, so use your teamwork, your brains and your brawn to make sure you do that,” he said.

“Find them and don’t let them ruin Christmas, OK?”

It looks like some of the kids are excited to see Prince Harry get involved.

12-year-old Emily Reynolds, who lost her father when she was seven, said it was “great” to see Harry’s video message.

“It’s nice to have someone who’s been through the same experience as us thinking about us,” he said.

“He’s not just someone who’s trying to be sympathetic, he knows what it’s like to grow up without your parents.”

Harry’s mother, Diana, died on August 31, 1997, in a car accident in Paris.

Harry is 12 and his older brother, Prince William, is 15.

Princes William and Harry were with their father at Princess Diana’s funeral. Credit: Tim Graham/Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty

Despite the recent negative headlines about Harry’s upcoming memoir, Spare, and his Netflix documentary with his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, this good work has inspired the internet to be more positive. that way.

When Scotty’s Little Soldier posted a picture of Harry dressed as Spider-Man on his Instagram page, the reaction was overwhelming.

“I love it! She’s so sweet,” wrote one follower.

“Very good man,” wrote another.

“What a wonderful treat for all the kids,” wrote a third.

“A man with a big heart.”

One fan said: “The best prince ever.”

“We appreciate his support,” the charity said.

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