The 34-year-old king has talked about making the world more resilient for the next generation.
Prince Harry and wife Meghan. Image: @ InvictusSydney / @ KensingtonRoyal / Twitter
LONDON – Prince Harry is open to becoming fathers during the third day when he took part in the royal work.
The 34-year-old king, waiting for his first child with Duchess Meghan, went on Wednesday afternoon to the Commonwealth Young People's Lancaster House in London, and the prince talked about making the world more resilient for the next generation.
Speaking of the crowd, he said: "As a person who is going to become a father, I am very aware of our shared responsibility to make this world more resilient and more responsible for the next generation. It is no coincidence that it is a change."
The Duke of Sussex and Duchess last year took part in the 76 trips announced with a statement that the couple waited for the child, and the king admitted that he had a humiliating experience in Australia. New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
When he discovered the Commonwealth, he and Meghan had visited, Prince Harry added: "All these places have been incredibly humiliating to see how young people, like you, create innovative and clever solutions to the various challenges facing better mental health for everyone. eliminating extreme poverty and improving girls' access to education or highlighting the real consequences of climate change and the daily struggle.
The Duchess Meghan, also known as Meghan Markle before the marriage with the prince, also arrived on Wednesday for the King's visit to the London National Theater, which she took over as Queen Elizabeth's patronage.
Former Suits Actress appeared at the southern bank of London to join a workshop with Pericles members and treated a War horse– performance of local primary school pupils.