Prince Harry Visits Childrens Hospital In Sheffield And Remembers His Late Mother
The Duke of Sussex had a busy day in Sheffield on July 25th. Starting out his tour for the day, he stopped at the Sheffield Children's hospital where he mother, the late Lady Diana, visited 30 years ago and signed the same visitors book that Harry signed yesterday.
Prince Harry has always been similar to his mother with his empathetic greetings, his graciousness and the way he cares deeply for those he meets. His genuine encounters continued on July 25th when he visited the Sheffield Children's Hospital to open a new wing.
Prince Harry opens a new wing at Sheffield Children's Hospital
The Duke of Sussex unveiled a plaque to open a new wing in the hospital, visited patients, chatted with mothers and children and even got to meet a nurse who has worked there for 34 years and met Princess Diana during her visit in November of 1989.
Duke of Sussex enjoys meeting the children
Prince Harry's smile lit up every room he entered. One little boy was fascinated with his orange beard while other children were so happy to get a chance to talk to the Prince. The Duke of Sussex seems to really enjoy visiting children and of course that probably has something to do with the fact that he is now a father himself.
We are so happy to see Prince Harry continuing on the work of his late mother as well as doing amazing things himself!