TEN-YEAR-OLD Mikayla Beames said she was blown away when she met Prince Harry.

And not only that, it looks like she might soon be giving him a guided tour of Oxford Children's Hospital.

Mikayla, from Childrey, near Wantage, got to meet the prince at the 2016 WellChild Awards at London's Dorchester hotel on Monday night.

She received an award for her charity Team Mikayla, which she set up to help patients at Oxford Children's Hospital while still fighting cancer herself.

Mikayla, who was diagnosed with brain cancer at the age of four and is registered blind, said: "Meeting Prince Harry was really, really good.

"I asked him if he would like to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and he said no, 'on your bike'.

"But he said he might be able to come and visit the children's hospital in January."

Next year will mark ten years since Oxford Children's Hospital opened.

Mikayla's mum Natasha, who joined her at the star-studded ceremony, added: "We were absolutely blown away, it was amazing.

"It sounds like he really is coming to the hospital next year and he would like Mikayla to escort him around the ward."

Watch this space for more details.