Harry praised for ‘amazing ability’ to engage with WellChild winners

Prince Harry 'at his best' with WellChild says Nicholl

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Prince Harry has been the patron of WellChild, which supports seriously ill children and their families, since 2007. Last week, the 38-year-old met  the inspirational children who won the WellChild Awards this year through video calls and his appearance had been praised. Speaking on GB News, royal expert and author Katie Nicholl said that Harry’s involvement with the organistion is when he’s “at his best” and spoke of his “amazing ability” to connect with children and their families.

Ms Nicholl said: “When you hear him and watch him engage with these children, and their stories are so moving and so beautiful and inspiring, I think, and I think many people would agree, you see Harry at his best.

“You really do.

“He has this amazing ability to connect with these children and their families.”

She added how amazing it would be if “we saw Harry doing, rather than these big money-making deals”, despite their need to make money after leaving the royal fold in 2020 in order to become “financially independent”.

She said the 38-year-old is “loved for it” and he is “brilliant at it”.

GB News presenter Isabel Webster said Harry “echoed” his late mother, Princess Diana in the way he is with children.

She added that he is “probably a delightful father” to his two children, three-year-old Archie and one-year-old daughter, Lilibet.

Prince Harry is no longer a senior working royal and now resides in the US with Meghan Markle, Archie and Lilibet.

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In the video call, Harry also gave a sweet update on his two children.

He said the little ones are “doing great” before describing Archie as being “very very busy” and revealed that his daughter is “learning to use her voice”.

Archie and Lilibet joined their parents in the UK in June when Meghan and Harry attended a few of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Lilibet was in the UK for her first birthday as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s daughter turned one on June 4.


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Meghan and Harry attended the WellChild Awards in 2018 and 2019.

The couple were due to attend this year’s ceremony but their appearance was cancelled following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.


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