Prince Harry continued to make good use of his trip to Leeds by making a very special house visit!
The 32-year-old royal made a surprise stop in Bramley to visit the home of 5-year-old Oliver Rooney, a boy who has Wolf Hirschhorn Syndrome, a rare chromosome disorder that causes him to have profound and complex needs.
Oliver and his family are receiving a garden makeover from Helping Hands, which is supported by Harry‘s charity WellChild. The organization aids families and caretakers of seriously ill kids, and the project will allow Oliver to develop his physical skills and encourage independence. It is the charity’s 300th project.
Oliver‘s mother Elizabeth, 44, told reporters that the visit is “something we’ll talk about forever. The way he interacted with the boys was fantastic and he put us all at ease, he’s a lovely man.”