Harry – born to be a dad

It doesn’t take a ge­nius to work out that Prince Harry’s go­ing to make the best dad ever…

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As heart-warm­ing im­ages of Harry and his preg­nant wife, Meghan, ap­peared from their first joint 16-day over­seas tour of Aus­tralia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, it’s clear that the royal cou­ple, where kids are con­cerned, are nat­u­rals.

You just know Harry, 34, will be in his el­e­ment when his baby makes an ap­pear­ance next spring, but will it be a boy or a girl? At an In­vic­tus Games cy­cling event, in Syd­ney, a fe­male fan called out to him, ‘I hope it’s a girl!’ to which Harry replied, ‘So do I!’

He ad­mit­ted three years ago, ‘I will al­ways have the kid in­side me. I’m ob­sessed with chil­dren. I don’t know if they like me, but you know they are great fun.’

The feel­ing ap­pears to be mu­tual, Harry…

When Harry and Meghan vis­ited Buniny­ong Pub­lic School, in Dubbo, Aus­tralia, one of its pupils, five-year-old Luke Vin­cent, who has Down syn­drome, man­aged to get past se­cu­rity to give both roy­als a cud­dle, be­fore be­com­ing fix­ated with rub­bing Harry’s beard. Talk about steal­ing the lime­light! The Duke and Duchess of Sus­sex were clearly de­lighted to meet Dasha, six, and Find­lay, four – get­ting down to their level to say hi dur­ing their visit to Syd­ney’s Taronga Zoo, where they of­fi­cially opened the new Taronga In­sti­tute of Sci­ence and Learn­ing. This gor­geous lit­tle girl was one of three chil­dren who waited pa­tiently out­side the Syd­ney Opera House to see the royal cou­ple and present them with flow­ers. From the look on Harry’s face as he crouched down for a chat, this lit­tle girl stole our prince’s heart, too. Meet­ing farm­ing fam­ily, the Wood­leys, in Dubbo, to dis­cuss the drought prob­lems they’ve en­coun­tered, the duke and duchess seemed a tad dis­tracted by the ex­treme cute­ness of the youngest mem­ber of the fam­ily, Ruby Car­roll. We don’t blame them!

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