A survivor of a terror attack has revealed how Prince Harry gave him some touching advice after hearing his story.
Owen Richards was 16 when his brother, uncle and grandfather were shot and killed in an attack on the holiday resort where they were staying in Tunisia.
The British family were at the Imperial Marhaba in Sousse when a gunman shot and killed 38 people.
Brother Owen remakably survived and last year, he spoke about his experiences to an audience which included Prince Harry.
Afterwards Harry spoke to Owen who told the Sunday Mirror, "He gave me some advice. He said I must talk about what happened. He said he knew personally because when he lost his mum, he didn't."
Owen added, ""It was a bit weird when he said, ‘when my mum was killed’, because she’s not just any mum – she’s Princess Diana.
"It seemed like he was trying to give some advice rather than have a meaningless conversation.”
Owen gave Prince Harry a a teddy bear for little Archie who is now one.
Harry was just 12 when his mother, Princess Diana, was killed in a car crash in Paris following a high-speed car chase.
Prince William, Prince harry and Prince Charles at Diana's funeral
Harry has spoken openly about how hard he has found it to grieve for the Princess and how he sought help and therapy to help him through some dark days.
He currently lives in Los Angeles after deciding to step back from the royal family and try to raise his son Archie with wife Meghan Markle sway from the royal glare.