Prince Harry is shown photographs of Diana during a gripping trip to the Children's Hospital in Sheffield to meet patients and open a new wing – 30 years after his mother's visit
- Prince Harry, 34, arrived this morning at Sheffield Children's & # 39; s Hospital
- The royal man was shown pictures of his mother Diana 30 years ago
- Harry opens a new wing and meets staff and patients during the visit
- He will later visit Sheffield Hallam University and attend the Invictus UK Trials
New father Prince Harry showed his paternal character when he was playing with a little boy at Sheffield Children's & # 39; s Hospital today.
The Duke of Sussex, 34, beamed as he teased a one-year-old Noah Nicholson with his toys this morning.
The royal son, who welcomed his son Archie in May, could not hide his joy while spending time with the toddler and his mother.
The Duke of Sussex made a one-year-old Noah Nicholson roar with laughter as he spent time with the little boy and his mother during a visit to Sheffield Children's Hospital today
Prince Harry made a funny face when he played with Noah and his toys this morning
At a moving moment, Harry was shown photographs of his mother Diana, who visited the hospital 30 years ago
Harry spent time with a patient named Heath during his visit to the Sheffield Children's & # 39; s Hospital
The Duke of Sussex spent time at the bedside of a patient named Archie, whose mother was also by his side
Harry spent time with staff, patients and their families and officially opened a new wing during the visit.
At a moving moment the royal family was shown a photo album of a visit to the hospital by his mother Princess Diana 30 years ago.
Harry smiled at himself as he browsed through pages of photos showing his mother with hospital staff and patients.
New father Harry made funny faces while playing with one-year-old Noah Nicholson at Sheffield Children's Hospital. The royal welcomed his first child, Archie Harrison, in May
Little Noah watched the efforts of the royal family tickled and laughed as they played together
One-year-old Noah continued to giggle while Harry showed him his blanket toy in the photo
Harry playfully teased Noah with the toys and pulled it back just as he held out his hand
He later signed the same guestbook that his mother received on her 1989 trip.
The prince looked typically relaxed as he spent time chatting with young patients, including schoolboys Heath and Alfie.
Harry, who welcomed his son Archie in March, rolled up his shirt sleeves as he toured the youths through hospitals.
The prince spent time with Alfie, who is in one of the new departments at Sheffield Children's & # 39; s Hospital. Alfie & # 39; s mother sat next to her son's bed
Alfie's father watched as the prince shared a lighthearted moment with the family in the hospital
He later meets academics and students at Sheffield Hallam University.
He is also going to a demonstration of a virtual reality rehabilitation project at the university, using technology to make it easier for amputees to train themselves to use prosthetic limbs, and to watch a racing car built by technical students and recently at Silverstone has raced.
Upon arrival, the Duke of Sussex received photos from his mother during a visit to the Sheffield Children & # 39; s Hospital in 1989
The prince smiled when he browsed through photos of his mother who visited the hospital in 1989
He later signed the same guestbook that his mother received on her 1989 trip
The royal learned more about the work performed in the hospital before opening a new wing
At the university, the duke also meets academics and students who work with the World Health Organization and the United Nations, who have developed new technology to provide warnings and assistance to field personnel working in inhospitable and dangerous parts of the world.
Harry will close his engagement day in Sheffield with a visit to the Invictus UK Trials, where athletes compete to be selected to represent the UK at next year's Invictus Games.
Harry, patron and founder of the Invictus Games Foundation, will meet athletes who hope to be selected for the Invictus Games The Hague 2020.
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