Prince Harry bonding with this adorable Golden Retriever is all you need to kick off you weekend. The royal, 31, charmed the 2-year-old service dog as he greeted her and her owner—Air Force veteran David Romero—while visiting Orlando, Fla. Friday on the site of his paralympic-style Invictus Games. According to People, the pup named Jasmine can sense when Romero has a PTSD attack coming on and will alert him so he can take preventative medication. She has already alerted him five times.
In the sweet snaps of Prince Harry and the pup's meet-up, it's clear Jasmine is swooning as the prince gives her all of his attention, rubs her neck and pretends to give her a kiss. The dog wraps her paw around his arm during the rub down and even leans in as he purses his lips at her and gives her a paw-shake.
After spending some quality time with Jasmine, Prince Harry, who was clad in jeans and a black collared shirt, chatted with a few swimmers who will participate in the Games Sunday. During the event, wounded, injured and sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans take part in sports competitions, including indoor rowing and wheelchair basketball.