The Duke of Sussex is polishing up his fatherhood skills as he gets ready to become a dad for the first time. Prince Harry was spotted speaking to six children about their mutual love for rugby just minutes before the much-anticipated Six Nations match between England and France kicked off in Twickenham on Sunday. During the conversation, one of the parents of the children shared some advice on fatherhood.
Just as he was going I wanted to wish him well. It's the greatest adventure
Following the chat with the royal, Damian Orton, of Sherborne Rugby Football Club in Dorset, opened up on the respect and admiration he holds for Prince Harry.
He said: "Just as he was going I wanted to wish him well. It's the greatest adventure.
“Every day's new. We all respect him, he's a marvellous example to everybody and he gives so much of his life to other people.
“It's nice to be able to give a thank you back occasionally."
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Meghan Markle is expected to deliver her firstborn in the spring (Image: GETTY)
While Prince Harry is gathering words of advice from fathers, Meghan seems to be confident about her husband's skills as a father.
After the couple arrived at the Endeavour Fund Awards at Drapers’