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We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. However, he was caught making a small mistake upon speaking about Mr Hutchinson's personal life. Prince Harry said: "I'm just going to dive straight in because everyone around the world — millions, if not hundreds of millions of people — will have seen that photo of you giving the fireman's lift to the guy at the protests in London.
I know you've got two wonderful, wonderful daughters. And you've got grandkids as well. What kind of person are you? Their chat focused on the heroic act carried out by Mr Hutchinson in June - and what the fame that hit him afterwards has inspired the activist to do. Mr Hutchison was taking part in one of the Black Lives Matter marches in London during the summer when he jumped into a heated encounter between activists and counter-protesters to rescue Mr Male, who appeared to have been injured at his head and unable to leave the dangerous area alone.
During the chat, Prince Harry describes Mr Hutchinson as a "guardian angel" who selflessly acted during the protests. Mr Hutchinson replied the decision to travel to London to attend the march came after one of his friends saw a policewoman falling off a horse during a clash with young protesters at Whitehall during a previous march.
The personal trainer said he wanted to take part in the protest as "senior", able to calm down the youngsters whenever they seemed ready to escalate to violence. He said: "So we went down there as a group and were really just there to oversee things and make sure that those young protesters didn't do anything they would regret later on.
It was a mixture of protesters. They're from all walks of life, all sexes, all colours. After becoming an "accidental hero", Mr Hutchinson decided with the friends who were with him at the protest in June to use the platform he was given to do good. He said: "That moment when you went to London, what made you go?