Heroic Prince Harry showed just how noble he really is when he leapt to the rescue of an injured rival polo player.
The selfless royal jumped from his horse to administer first aid to an unconscious rider after a dramatic collision during the charity match in Campinas, Brazil.
Harry, 27, was the first to assist the motionless U.S. businessman, gently placing him in the recovery position.
Quick-thinking: The royal rushes to the rescue of his prostrate rival after the businessman falls to the ground unconscious
The British Red Cross said the actions of the quick-thinking prince may have saved his opponent's life.
A grateful Bash Kazi told the Washington Post: 'Prince Harry was the first one off his horse, doing the right thing, turning me over to make sure I regained consciousness.'
He called the royal 'a fabulous person' and 'such a gentleman' for helping him.
The amateur polo player was taking part in the match organised by Prince Harry when his horse collided with another.
'I remember waking up with these piercing blue eyes looking at me,' he said.
Mr Kazi is thought to have had minor concussion, but later had a CT scan, which found everything clear.
The 41-year-old had been recruited for the star-studded match by Ralph Lauren model and professional polo player Nachos Figueras.
'Gentleman': A grateful Bash Kazi embraces the prince after the 27-year-old was first to his side after his accident
The game - which the prince's team won 6-3, was a fundraiser for Sentebale, Harry's South African charity, which he co-founded in 2006.
It was the third Sentebale Polo Cup, raising money and awareness for the charity's work in helping orphans and vulnerable children in Lesotho, South Africa.
It seems that saving lives will continue to come first for Harry. He described his first tour on behalf of the Queen as ‘emotional’ and ‘amazing’, but stressed that his duties as an Apache helicopter pilot – which may see him deployed to Afghanistan later this year – come first.
He spoke of his and Prince William's military duties after the match, on the final afternoon of his solo trip to mark his grandmother’s Diamond Jubilee, which took in Belize, the Bahamas and Jamaica.
Selfless: The royal, left, jumps from his horse after witnessing the collision of horses at the charity fundraiser
He said: 'I’m in a very privileged position, so I’ll use my title to help out where I can, but at the same time, we’ve both got our military careers, and that’s what we’ll continue to do.
‘I will help out with my grandmother whenever she needs me. The Jubilee is the Jubilee and family comes first.’
He added: ‘I tell you what, it’s been an emotional trip. I’m absolutely exhausted but the warmth of the reception that we’ve received from every single country that we’ve been to has been amazing.
‘I personally had no idea how much warmth there was towards the Queen – to me that’s been very humbling, and I was actually quite choked up seeing the way that they’re celebrating her 60 years.’
The story of Harry's bravery comes amid speculation he could be reunited with ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy, after she ended her fling with art dealer Blaise Patrick.
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