Prince Harry dresses up as Spiderman in video in sign he’s ‘living best life’

Prince Harry has left fans overjoyed by a new video of him dressed up as Spiderman, with some claiming that it's a sign he is “living his best life”.

The often controversial Royal, who takes more flack than he does compliments these days, appeared in the heart-warming video for charity Scotty's Little Soldiers.

The charity is for bereaved military children and young people, and has often been supported by the Prince.

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And the latest video reaffirms his dedication to the charity, in which he gives the children a heart-warming Christmas message – done for the charity's Christmas party.

Dressed as Spiderman, with the mask firmly on until the reveal at the very end, he said: “Christmas is a time where we miss our loved ones really, really badly.

“And that's OK, but at the same time, it can be possible for feeling guilty for having fun without our parents.

“But I am here to assure you that our parents want us to have fun.

“So don't feel guilty, you're allowed to have the best time ever, especially with the Scotty's Little Soldiers community.

“So, go out there, have the best time and (pulling the mask off to reveal his face) Merry Christmas.”

The video has been praised by fans of his.

One person on Twitter wrote: “ Prince Harry is living his best life with his family on his Californian acres, bill paid, buying a Spiderman costume on Amazon Prime in order to film a video for kids in the UK from his garden.”

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And Nikki Scott, founder of Scotty's Little Soldiers gave an insight into Harry's involvement in the video.

Speaking to Royal expert Omid Scobie, she said: “Harry knows what it's like to grow up without a parent and understands there are certain times of the year that can be particularly challenging.

“Christmas is one of those times.”

Prince Harry was just 12-years-old when his mother the-late Princess Diana died in August 1997.

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