On April 3, Prince Harry stopped by the South Ealing branch of the YMCA, where he learned about the organisation's efforts to promote children's mental health. During the visit, he stood in on a ballet class and met a young group of dancers as they learned the basics of performing. But of course, the Duke of Sussex couldn't let them have all the fun, so he joined in. The prince seemed to really enjoy his time with the youngsters — he has knack for connecting with the kiddos, after all — as he talked to them individually and learned their names.
His visit was a part of the Heads Together campaign, which he founded alongside Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2016. Their mission is to generate constructive conversations surrounding mental health and assist others in seeking help and support. This is a topic that's near and dear to Harry's heart as he's previously opened up his past struggles with mental health.
His trip to the YMCA also comes weeks before he and Meghan Markle welcome their first child, so he's probably getting in as many engagements as possible before he takes paternity leave. Between visiting a wellness store and moving into their own house, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been carefully preparing for the newest addition to the family.