The Duke of Sussex is back to work four days after he and the Duchess welcomed gorgeous royal baby Archie into the world.
After missing the first part of his scheduled Royal duty in Amsterdam following the arrival of his first child on Monday (May 6), he's now made it to The Hague in the Netherlands. He's there to launch the official countdown to the Invictus Games The Hague 2020.
Which is all fine and interesting. Our favourite bit, however, is Prince Harry embracing his proud new dad status by wearing a 'Daddy' jacket and showing off a very cute gift for his newborn son.
While visiting the Sportcampus Zuiderpark to promote the games, Princess Margriet of The Netherlands gave Harry a custom jacket with 'daddy' embroidered across it, and an adorable baby-grow with the Invictus Games logo stitched on it.
It also spelled out 'daddy' in yellow.
The Invictus Games foundation very close to the 34-year-old royal's heart. He's a patron of the games, plus he and Meghan famously made their first appearance as a couple at the Toronto Games in 2017.
The duke is due to take part in a programme of events and activities to mark the launch.
The Invictus Games uses the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women. He will also learn about the preparations already underway, spend time meeting potential competitors and their families, and join The Netherlands in celebrating the upcoming event.
The Duke and Duchess introduced royal baby Archie to the world yesterday as they posed for photographs inside St George's Hall at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.
And naturally, he was utterly adorable.
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