Prince Harry Caught Trying to Explain Meghan’s Pregnancy to Schoolkids & the Video Is Pure Gold
A video showing Prince Harry on a recent official visit to St. Vincent’s Catholic Primary School, trying to explain to the young students about his wife’s pregnancy was an adorable display by the father-to-be.
Students of St. Vincent’s Catholic Primary School in Acton, London, excitedly welcomed Prince Harry with handmade buntings and banners bearing the flag, and individual messages like, ‘Good luck with the baby’.
The colourful welcome for Prince Harry at St Vincent’s primary school where he was taking part in a Queens Commonwealth Canopy and @WoodlandTrust project story here👇 https://t.co/2fjidJ6v3o pic.twitter.com/2qgYmeYSjU— Simon Perry (@SPerryPeoplemag) March 20, 2019
The royal’s visit began with a chance to chat with the youngest kids where he was seen making a charade-like move acting out the word “pregnancy” as if explaining his wife’s current condition.
HRH Prince Harry spent a great deal of time talking to many of our children - Eco and Pet Ambassadors, members of the choir, Head pupils and an abundance of children of all ages. pic.twitter.com/Nzkd6CHuEN— St Vincent's (@stvincentsacton) March 20, 2019
Beloved by many for his charming and friendly personality, especially with children, Prince Harry took extra time with the kids who waited in a line to welcome him. He also paused to say hello to a puppy, named Winnie, owned by one of the school’s teachers.
Prince, Harry, the Duke Of Sussex, joins schoolchildren at a Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy and Woodland Trust Tree planting, St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School, Acton.📸WENN pic.twitter.com/SGCSVx2zj6— Derek Momodu (@DelMody) March 20, 2019
Prince Harry joined the School in the tree-planting project that was aligned with Queen Elizabeth’s Commonwealth Canopy, part of her conservation program, partnered with the Woodland Trust. The future goal of the activity is to create a forest in the area outside the school grounds.
Our children took great pride in planting trees for our ‘forest school,’ kindly donated by the @WoodlandTrust HRH Prince Harry helped the children to plant a commemorative cherry tree. pic.twitter.com/9BxWSKo714— St Vincent's (@stvincentsacton) March 20, 2019
His wife, the Duchess of Sussex, was not present during this visit. But she did join her husband the day before to visit at the New Zealand House to offer their condolences after the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed the Book of Condolence @NZinUK, opened following the terrorist attacks in Christchurch.— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) March 19, 2019
The Duke and Duchess signed the book on behalf of the @RoyalFamily — Their Royal Highnesses visited New Zealand in October 2018. pic.twitter.com/AzdsmnoS11
She is due to give birth soon, and there is much speculation as to when the big day will be.
🇨🇦🇬🇧 Thank you to the young Canadians at @CanadianUK @CanadienRU for sharing the Canadian spring tradition of making maple taffy with The Duke and Duchess of Sussex!#CommonwealthDay #ConnectedCommonwealth pic.twitter.com/bjywgfQrjZ— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) March 11, 2019
Calculations by fans and observers are based on the various clues that she would give throughout her pregnancy, such as the time she said she was six months pregnant in early January while greeting the crowd in Birkenhead. Another time she seemed open to sharing her pregnancy progress was outside the St. Magdalene Church in Sandringham telling the group,
“We’re nearly there!”