Prince Harry Harry visit kids as the Y.M.C.A. South Ealing, in West London (Photo: Instagram)
Prince Harry is oh-so-ready for their new prince’s arrival with wife Meghan Markle! Remember the encounter of Harry and his cute pop-corn thief in a game that melted our hearts? Well, the Duke of Sussex is here to win your hearts with all kinds of ‘adorableness’. Harry, who made a solo appearance at the Y.M.C.A. South Ealing, in West London, stole the spotlight once again as he was seen showing off his impending fatherhood with the kids.
"You are very very good. You know that?" Prince Harry said as he pointed to a young girl in the middle of the second row. "You were all fantastic," Prince Harry can be seen telling the kids as per video shared by Rebecca English, royal correspondent of The Daily Mail.
In English's other video, Prince Harry can be seen inviting the young children to come closer to him. “Come in, I don’t bite!” he added.
Harry is also reported to have bonded with a three-month-old baby named Naz according to a Twitter video posted by Rhiannon Mills, the royal correspondent for Sky News. The outlet noted that “the infant flashed a big smile at the royal,” and Harry “reacted by making some silly faces. Harry asked Maria how old Naz was and if she was sleeping well, exclaiming, “I love that face.” Maria later told reporters, “I think he has babies on his mind’’ as per Vanity Fair.
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Today The Duke of Sussex met with families, children and young adults at @Ymcaenglandandwales in South Ealing as a continuation of his dedicated work in the mental health space. “There continues to be huge progress in smashing the stigma that surrounds mental health, but let’s keep normalising the conversation. Let’s keep reminding each other that it’s okay to not be okay, and to listen to each other. After all, how we think determines how we act, how we feel, and how we treat ourselves and those around us.” -The Duke of Sussex. It takes courage, strength and honesty, but talking through your mental health issues often becomes the key to dealing with them. Just like physical exercise, which we all know is good for us; we have to care for our minds as much as we do for our bodies. 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives. It is a part of all of us. Have an unashamed conversation on how you feel, be empowered to share your story and you will see you are not alone. For more information visit @heads_together. - 📷Royal Communications / PA