Prince Harry is continuing his mother's legacy. On Thursday, the royal and father of baby Archie showed off his paternal side as he met with young patients at Sheffield Children's Hospital, where Princess Diana once visited in November 1989. The Duke of Sussex had a huge grin on his face as he shook hands with kids, offered a warm hug to a teddy bear mascot, and let a little boy admire his ginger beard. Aw! Harry, who was there to open a new wing at the hospital, also took a moment to sign the visitors book, which his late mother also signed. He even flipped through a few old photographs of Diana visiting some of the patients.
Earlier this month, Harry took a moment to pay tribute to his mother when he attended the Diana Award National Youth Mentoring Summit. During the summit, Harry spoke about the importance of being a role model and how he has a "newfound clarity as a father" to lead by an example of kindness. He also opened up about how Diana inspired him to be a better person and give back. "My mother, Princess Diana, was a role model to so many, without realising the impact she would have on so many lives," Harry said. "You don't have to be a princess or a public figure to be a role model. In fact, it's equally valuable if you're not, because it's more relatable." See more of Harry's latest appearance ahead.