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As we all know that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle soon becoming parents, and it seems that they have already started the practice of handling the baby.
Prince Harry was in Birmingham today, opening a brand-new memorial at the city’s Cannon Hill Park. But it was during his visit to the city’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital that got everybody talking.
Harry was seen having a very relatable reaction to a crying baby today – weeks before his wife Meghan Markle gives birth.
Meghan is due to give birth to her first baby in the spring of 2019, according to Kensington Palace.
The Palace confirmed the Duchess of Sussex’s pregnancy back in October. Today, Harry warmed up for fatherhood by meeting a bawling five-week-old.
Harry spoke with an old friend JJ Chalmers, a former Marine and new dad, in Brum.
The Duke of Sussex visited the Institute of Translational Medicine and the Scar Free Foundation Centre for Conflict Wound Research based at the QE.
The center aims to minimize the psychological and physical impact of scarring among armed forces personnel and civilians wounded in terrorist attacks.
The Royal Foundation gave funding to the CASEVAC Club, which helped to set up the center and aims to provide wounded personnel with a close-knit, supportive community and assist in the advancement of treatments.
Chalmers and his wife Kornelia introduced Harry to their 5-week-old baby, James.
“It’s your turn next!” Chalmers said to him.
Best of luck, Harry.
Earlier, the duke dedicated a memorial as a focus of remembrance for those killed in the two separate attacks on the Bardo Museum in Tunis on March 18, and a hotel beach resort in Sousse on June 26.
Addressing an audience of about 200 family and friends of the victims, Harry said: “In memory of all those who lost their lives.
“And to the families whose lives were changed forever by these events.
“I would like to pay my deepest respects to you and officially dedicate this memorial to your loved ones.”
Holding a single white rose, he then turned and walked to the memorial’s center-piece, where he laid the flower.
The Sousse terrorist attack was the deadliest on British citizens since the July 7 London bombings in 2005.
Islamic State (IS) claimed at the time that it was behind the attack by Tunisian student Seifeddine Rezgui.
Seven people were sentenced to life in prison in Tunisia, in February, in connection with both attacks.
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