With pregnant Kate Middleton stepping out of the public eye to prepare for the upcoming big day, we’re glad to see Prince William is getting in some parenting practice whilst out and about on his royal duties.
Prince William and his brother Harry took a trip to commemorate the opening of a new recovery centre for Help the Heroes at Tedworth House, Wiltshire, where they conducted several ‘meet and greets’ with the local youngsters and even tried their hands at basketball.
The visit paid tribute to staff and veterans who reside at the new centre, one of four new units in England to offer respite care and rehabilitation to injured veterans and their families.
It certainly looks like the brothers had fun entertaining the visiting babies and toddlers – and whilst we’re excited for Prince William’s new arrival, reported to be in July, we’re secretly a bit more excited to see what Prince Harry will be like as an Uncle…
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