Simon Cowell presents the Child of Courage award at Pride of Britain.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards which took place in London last weekend where shown on ITV last night.
The Child of Courage award went to quadruple-amputee Harmonie-Rose Allen who at 10 months old had her legs, arms and the tip of her nose amputated after suffering meningococcal septicaemia.
Despite her disabilities, Harmonie has raised of £100,000 for charity.
Harmonie, now 7 years-old was asked by Carol which were her favourite television shows, to which she replied Britain's Got Talent and the Masked Singer.
To her surprise Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon from BGT and Joel Dommett came on stage to present her award.
Simon told her "This is the most important award in the world and I'm so thrilled you are going to have it."
Well done Harmonie, we hope you had a lovely evening.