Prince Harry paid a visit to the YMCA on April 3, as part of his work with the campaign Heads Together, which he founded alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge back in 2016. Harry sat down with staff and residents at the South Ealing branch of the YMCA, which is one of the largest in Europe, to find out more about how the organization provides support for young people, particularly when it comes to their mental health. Harry has been quite outspoken about his own struggles with mental health, and this latest outing was another opportunity for him to show his support to a cause that he considers particularly important. During his visit, Harry was pictured getting quite animated as he took part in a round-table discussion with representatives of a number of organizations that work with young people. He also met young people who have benefited from the YMCA's mental health services, watched a sweet ballet performance, and hung out with an adorable baby called Naz who seemed quite taken with the dad-to-be.
Harry is now only weeks away from becoming a dad for the first time, though no doubt he'll squeeze in a few more royal engagements before his paternity leave begins. Meghan is now officially on maternity leave, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of her before baby Sussex arrives: she and Harry were spotted paying a visit to a wellness store in London at the end of last week, and no doubt there are still a few more preparations to be made before the new royal arrival.