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Prince Harry Had the Most Chill Reaction to a Boy Who Didn't Think He Was a "Real Prince"

Prince Harry Had the Most Chill Reaction to a Boy Who Didn’t Think He Was a “Real Prince”

Prince Harry was in good spirits when he paid a visit to St. Vincent’s Catholic Primary School in Acton, London yesterday.

According to People, the dad-to-be met a four-year-old boy who asked the Duke of Sussex: “When is Prince Harry coming?”Harry had the cutest reaction and told the child: “I’m the real Harry. I’ve just had my hair cut for the occasion.

” After some persuasion, the boy and Harry high-fived.Harry d plenty of sweet moments with the students and even explained his wife, Meghan Markle’s pregnancy.

It looks like Prince Harry will have to bring out his official regalia for his next royal visit if he wants young children to believe he is a genuine prince.

During a visit to St.

Vincent’s Catholic Primary School in Acton, London yesterday, one of the children in attendance wasn’t convinced that Prince Harry was a “real prince” because he wasn’t wearing a crown.

According to People, upon Harry’s arrival at the school, he was met with cheers and chants of his name by the students.

However, Emmanuel Osei, 4, tapped Harry on the shoulder and asked: “When is Prince Harry coming?” Teaching assistant Philomena Frattura confirmed the adorable boy’s precious inquiry to the publication.

“He said, ‘But I’m Prince Harry,’” explained Frattura.

“The student then said, ‘When is the real Prince Harry coming?’”

Harry had the cutest reaction and told the young boy that he is indeed Duke of Sussex. Frattura continued: “Harry replied, ‘I’m the real Harry.

I’ve just had my hair cut for the occasion.’”

After a bit of convincing, Osei greeted the royal in the best way possible: with a high-five.

“They think a prince should have a crown,” learning mentor Diane Redmond told the publication.

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“Every time I get to meet kids and they have been told a real-life prince is coming, the disappointment on their faces when they see me without a crown or a cape,” Harry told People in a 2016 interview. “I’m worried because the American kids, especially next to Disney World, are going to be thinking, ‘You ain’t no prince, you ain’t dressed like a prince, you’re having a laugh!’”

At the time, the royal joked that he would have to step up his royal outfits to impress the children: “So I am going to pack a crown and a cape this time and some funny pointy-toed shoes.

I’m going to sign the crown out!”

For his solo visit, Harry promoted the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) initiative with Woodland Trust, the U.K.

‘s largest woodland conservation charity. The QCC supports forest conservation initiatives across all 53 countries of the British Commonwealth, according to the organization’s website.

This explains why Harry planted saplings, including a “commemorative cheery tree,” in the “forest school” during his trip.

Harry paid close attention to the schoolchildren who were on-site for the planting project.

He even greeted an adorable dog named Winnie, who wagged her tail in excitement when Harry petted her.

Journalist Valentine Low of The Times posted an endearing clip of Harry to his Twitter account.

In the five-second visual, Harry mimed a baby bump to the kids, most likely alluding to his wife Meghan Markle’s pregnancy, who is due in the spring.

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