The Duke of Sussex was presented with a tiny teddy bear for his baby son Archie when he arrived at Oxford’s children’s hospital to meet patients.
Harry was in good spirits throughout his first day of royal events in the UK following the arrival of his son last Monday.
He took a tour of Oxford, starting with a visit to the city’s children’s hospital where he chatted about his newborn and met youngsters on the Kamran Jabble ward.
When the duke arrived at the hospital, which is part of the John Radcliffe Hospital, he was presented with a tiny teddy bear for Archie.
Daisy Wingrove, 13, a former patient of the hospital, presented the gift to the duke just before he began his tour and Harry let out a big sigh and said “ahhh” as a nearby crowd of well-wishers made the same sound in sympathy.
Harry later visited the Oxsrad Disability Sports and Leisure Centre, opened by his mother Diana, Princess of Wales in 1989, where met people using the gym and undergoing physiotherapy programmes.
He ended his day in Oxford by touring the Barton Neighbourhood Centre, a hub for local residents which houses a doctor’s surgery, food bank, cafe and youth club, but went on a brief walkabout before going inside the building.