Boy With Down Syndrome Pulls Prince Harry's Beard And The Royal Looks Quite Gleeful

October 18, 2018 16:30

Prince Harry is about to be a dad and, judging from recent photos, we believe he will be a really good one. 


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The Duke of Sussex recently found out he has a super adorable little fan. Prince Harry received extra special attention from a young boy who was obviously fascinated with the royal's beard. 


Five-year-old Luke Vincent, who has Down's syndrome, was quite excited to meet both the Duke and Duchess. He gave Prince Harry a cheeky tug on his beard and Meghan found the whole thing hilarious. 

Luke melted hearts, including Harry's, who gave the boy a hug as Meghan looked on adoringly.


It was reported that Luke is a kindergarten pupil at Buninyong Public School. According to the school's principal, Anne Van Dartel, Luke was absolutely transfixed by Harry's facial hair. So, as soon as the royal bent down to interact with the boy, the natural thing for Luke to do was to go straight for the beard.


She revealed that Luke considered Prince Harry his second favorite person, the first being Santa Claus, who also has a beard. She explained that it was such a thrill for Luke and the rest of the kids to meet the royals they normally only saw on TV.

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The parents-to-be, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, spent some minutes greeting over a hundred local school children. One of them, 11-year-old James Fogg, who attends Eumungerie Public School, told the royal that he wanted to be a helicopter pilot to which Harry replied,

"Good choice, Good man."

The kids were just so happy to get to meet the royals and, as always, Harry and Meghan put smiles on the schoolchildren's faces. 

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