Prince Harry was handed a gift for Prince George when he stopped by a private gallery viewing in London yesterday. He was in town to open an exhibition of photos from royal photographer Chris Jackson, who traveled with the prince to Africa earlier this year as part of a charity mission. The exhibition, which was put on by Harry's charity, Sentebale, will be open to the public today, but one young woman waited outside the bash to hand Harry the small gift, which included a teddy bear and a card. Harry also spoke with reporters at the event about his nephew, saying, "It's fantastic to have another addition to the family. I only hope my brother knows how expensive my babysitting charges are." He also quipped that he wants to teach George how to "have fun."
This marks Prince Harry's first official appearance since he became an uncle earlier this week. While Harry was not present at St. Mary's Hospital when Kate Middleton gave birth to little Prince George, he did get a chance to meet his new nephew at Kensington Palace on Wednesday, before Kate, Prince William, and the royal baby drove off to Bucklebury. Queen Elizabeth II also stopped by Will and Kate's home to meet the latest addition to the royal family, although it is not clear if she and Harry had overlapping visits. Harry's father, Prince Charles, and Kate's parents all visited George at the hospital on Tuesday.