Prince Harry Bonds With Baby After Ballet Display, And It's Too Cute For Words

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Prince Harry clearly has a new fan in this 3-month-old named Naz, who flashed the Duke of Sussex a beautiful smile during a royal visit on Wednesday:

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The infant couldn’t stop beaming at Harry, who’d just completed the “ballet challenge” of balancing on one leg with older children at a YMCA center in London.

“I think he has babies on his mind,” the youngster’s mom, Maria, told reporters of the soon-to-be royal father. He and the Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child this spring.

The adorable encounter came as Harry “met with families, children and young adults” as “a continuation of his dedicated work in the mental health space,” according to a post on his and wife Meghan Markle’s official Instagram account.

The account itself also made headlines Wednesday after it broke the Guinness World Record for being the fastest ever to gain 1 million followers. It now has 3.3 million.

Check out more photos from the royal visit here:

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