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Prince Harry just proved that he is going to be the best dad during a royal trip to a school earlier this week.
The Duke of Sussex, who is expecting his first child with new wife Meghan Markle, paid a visit to Streatham Youth and Community Trust's (SYCT) John Corfield Centre to see a 'Fit and Fed' February half-term holiday activity programme.
And he got fully involved with the scheme by getting behind the kitchen counter and serving up lunch for the children, showing that he's super paternal ahead of his baby's birth.
The Prince met with teachers and volunteers at the SYCT, who organised trampolining and Jiu-jitsu sessions for the children during half term.
Launched in 2016 and led by StreetGames (one of Harry's charities), the 'Fit and Fed' programme aims to tackle holiday hunger, inactivity and isolation. Nearly three-quarters of the poorest families can't always afford to feed their kids during school holidays, affecting three million children and teenagers in the UK.
Kensington Palace says the campaign gives "children and young people free access to activity sessions and a nutritious lunch during school holidays".
And last year, the programme put on over 300 sessions for more than 15,000 people across the country, dishing up 146,260 meals for those attending.
While Prince Harry was making royal visits, Meghan was spotted in New York City this week, attending her star-studded baby shower.
Hosted by best friends Jessica Mulroney and former Suits co-star Abigail Spencer in The Mark Hotel in New York's Upper East Side, the intimate event is being held in the penthouse suite.
It is believed that Harry and Meghan will welcome their first child together in April, with it being suggested they will send him or her to an American school near their Windsor home.
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