7. He Plays Well With Others. Playing well with other and sharing are invaluable skills to have. Between growing up […]
7. He Plays Well With Others.
Playing well with other and sharing are invaluable skills to have. Between growing up with a sibling and hanging with brother Prince William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, Harry has definitely perfected them both.
8. He’s Supportive and Encouraging.
Being a supportive parent to your kids creates a loving and caring environment, and reassures them that you’ve got their backs no matter what. Harry knows how it’s done. From their first goal to their first job, we’re convinced Harry will be there cheering his kids on every step of the way — with this cheeky grin, of course.
9. He’s Respectful and Understands Duty.
Military service teaches respect and discipline. Those are necessary traits for any parent to have. After all, how can they teach those traits to their kids without possessing them personally? Harry served in the army for 10 years, so clearly he’s ready to pass down that respect for his country, traditions, and armed forces to his children.
10. He has history on his side.
11. He can appreciate the little things in life.
Any person who is this excited about a plate of cupcakes can appreciate the little things in life, an important part of fatherhood, no?
12. He Loves Kids
If this photo doesn’t depict Harry’s love for kids, we don’t know what does. Whether it may be playing with them or simply talking to them, the prince knows how to interact with kids.
We can’t wait to see him put all of these skills into action with a royal tot of his own. Can you?