Little boy doesn't believe he met 'the real Prince Harry'

Sarah Carty
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
The Duke of Sussex was visiting St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School in Acton, London, to take part in a tree planting project in support of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. Photo: Getty Images

He’s one of the most well-known faces in the world, but one little boy still can’t believe that he actually met with the real Prince Harry.

The Duke of Sussex was visiting St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School in Acton, London, to take part in a tree planting project in support of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy.

Kids from the school gathered excitedly to catch a glimpse of the famous prince, however according to the Daily Mail, when he arrived, one little boy asked him: “When is the real Prince Harry coming?”

Prince Harry, who is a natural with children, quipped back, “I’m the real Harry. I’ve just had my hair cut for the occasion.”

During the trip, the dashing prince also proved that he’s not just good with kids, but he’s a dab hand with getting dogs to calm down.

He knelt down and gave the dog a pat on the head, as it wagged it’s tail in appreciation.

Kids from the school gathered excitedly to catch a glimpse of the famous prince, however according to the Daily Mail, when he arrived, one little boy asked him: “When is the real Prince Harry coming?” Photo: Getty Images
Prince Harry was also given a baby onsie on the trip, which will no doubt come in handy next month, when the Duchess of Sussex is reportedly due to give birth to their first child. Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry was also given a baby onsie on the trip, which will no doubt come in handy next month, when the Duchess of Sussex is reportedly due to give birth to their first child.

Yesterday, Prince Harry was joined by Meghan Markle to honour the victims of the Christchurch shooting attack at New Zealand House in London.

The 37-year-old pregnant Duchess of Sussex was pictured arriving with her 34-year-old husband. Both of them were carrying a bouquet of flowers to lay in front of the building and pay their respects.

It’s believed the couple were asked to represent the royals by the Queen herself, because they were the last members of the family to visit New Zealand.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex toured New Zealand last October, where they visited hot spots like the iconic Maranui Café, and scenic Abel Tasman National Park.

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