Published Tuesday, 04 September 2012
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Hope Hillis met the Prince when she won an award from WellChild, a charity that supports sick children and their families.
Her mother Sarah said: "We've been saying to her for ages, 'When you meet Harry what are you going to do?', and she said, 'I'm going to lick him'.
The five-year-old, who spent the first four years of her life in hospital, was awarded the Inspirational Child award for girls aged three-to-six.
She has had more than 50 operations after she was born at 24 weeks and suffered a bleed on the brain.
Hope licked the right side of Harry's cheek, to which he laughed and joked: "We've only just met."
When she gave the royal a second lick, minutes later, he touched his cheek in mock horror.
"That's a great compliment from Hope, a lick on the side of the face, that's better than a kiss," added her mum.
Your spirit triumphs through adversity, and makes our every day worries seem very very insignificant.
Prince Harry, who is a patron of WellChild, also had a cheeky meeting with a six-year-old boy, who threatened to embarrass the prince over his naked romp in Las Vegas.
Alex Logan, from Lincoln, had previously said he was planning to tell Harry: "I'm glad you've got your clothes on".
But the Prince got wind of the youngster's plan, crouched down to his level and told him not to talk about it as the royal shook his finger at Alex and smiled.
Harry gave a speech at the end of the night praising the award winners but found himself inadvertently making a veiled comment about his recent naked exploits.
He drew polite laughs from the audience of youngsters and their families, friends and medical carers when he told them it would be difficult to describe their achievements with words: "But never one to be shy in coming forward, I'll give it a go."
When Harry realised what he had said he giggled and the guests erupted with applause and cheers.
Harry in his speech told the guests: "All of you - children, families, nurses, doctors, carers, volunteers - are, quite frankly, too remarkable for me adequately to describe with mere words.
"But never one to be shy in coming forward, I'll give it a go. You're fun, brave, inspirational, dedicated, professional, magnificent... oh, and fun again.
"It may seem an odd thing to say after the patriotic euphoria of the Olympics and Paralympics, but I think you represent the very best of Britain.
"It is the example that you set us, that makes me so proud to be the Patron of WellChild."