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Prince Harry opens for "becoming a father"



The 34-year-old royally talked about the world's resilience to the next generation.

Prince Harry and Megan's wife. Image: @ InvictusSydney / @ KensingtonRoyal / Twitter

LONDON – Prince Harry opened to become a father during a royal engagement on Wednesday.

The 34-year-old royal, who is expecting his first child with Duchess Megan, went out to attend a community youth discussion at Lancaster House in London on Wednesday afternoon, and the prince spoke of the world becoming more resilient to the next generation.

Speaking to the crowd, he said: "As someone who becomes a father, I am aware of our shared responsibility to make this world more resistant and its inhabitants to be more responsible for the next generation. The only way to see the real progress is not by chance, it is with change. "

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex started a tour of 76 engagements as part of the Commonwealth last year, which began with the announcement that the couple awaited a baby, and the royal admitted that it was a calm experience to visit Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

Opening for the Commonwealth countries he and Megan visited him, Prince Harry added: "In all these places, it was incredibly humble to see how young people like you create innovative and smart solutions to the various challenges you face – whether they are better mental health for all, eradicating extreme poverty and improving access to education for girls, or highlighting the many real effects and everyday battles of climate change. "

Duchess Mehan, who was known as Megan Markle before marrying a prince, also emerged as head of the royal engagement on Wednesday, visiting the London National Theater, for which she took the patronage of Queen Elizabeth.

The former Suit the actress appeared in London's Southbank to join a workshop with members of the Pericles company and was also treated with Military horse-inspiration of children from local primary schools.


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