Amanda Holden applauded Prince Harry in the Princess Diana statue unveiling event, entertainmentdaily stated.
Harry received a healthy-looking appraisal from Amanda after spending the day with him at a charity function.
Amanda Holden, the radio host and BGT judge, 50, thought that the Prince was “really engaging”.
On 30th June, Amanda joined Harry who is a 36-year-old Prince at the WellChild event on Wednesday, together with other stars like Ed Sheeran.
Harry is in the UK to unveil a statue of his mother, Princess Diana, on what would have been her 60th birthday. And Amanda expressed addressees to her Heart Radio breakfast show what he was like.
“Harry turned up and he was just as brilliant as you would imagine,” she said.
“He was very understated, very low-key.
“He sat down with every single family there for a good 15, 20 minutes, really engaging with them all.
“It basically made their day.”
What did Harry say at the event?
Harry was a surprised guest at the awards ceremony, which honours brave kids and their caregivers.
After his required five-day isolation, he seemed at the event in London and talked to the award winners and their families.
Harry said in a speech: “Since becoming a patron of WellChild in 2007, this organisation and the people within it have held an extraordinarily special place in my heart.
“I wasn’t a father at the time, and yet the stories of these children and parents transcended that.
“[And] I didn’t need to be a dad to feel the impact of this invaluable work.
“Now as a father of two, I feel all the more connected, inspired, and in awe of the resilience of these families, who power through indescribable challenges with the support of WellChild.”
Harry and Prince William, were pictured together when they both revealed the statue devoted to their late mother.
Diana would’ve been 60-years-old today.
The two met at Prince Philip’s funeral in April 2021.
In a joint statement, they said: “Every day, we wish she were still with us, and our hope is that this statue will be seen forever as a symbol of her life and legacy.”