Prince Harry says he’s ‘getting used to’ dad life after welcoming son Archie

Prince Harry is revealing his new daddy duties are getting in the way of his sleep. 

Tuesday, the royal spoke about his newborn during the first of a series of visits in Oxford which began with him celebrating the work of the city’s children’s hospital.

Harry was presented with a teddy bear for his son, Archie, when he arrived at the hospital.

He and Duchess Meghan welcomed Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor on May 6. The three are settling into life at Frogmore Cottage. 

Harry told parents of children who are patients at the hospital that he is “getting used to life” as a dad now and that Archie kept him up Monday night.

Prince Harry talks with a patient as he visits Oxford Children's Hospital on May 14, 2019. (Photo: Toby Melville/AP)

This weekend, the American-born duchess celebrated her first Mother’s Day, as it’s celebrated in the states on Sunday. (The U.K. celebrated the special day on March 31 this year.)

In honor of the holiday, the new parents shared a sweet picture of Meghan cradling the royal baby’s little toes on their official Instagram account.

The touching post also paid homage to Prince Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, by showcasing her favorite flowers in the background: forget-me-nots.

“Paying tribute to all mothers today – past, present, mothers-to-be, and those lost but forever remembered,” the royal couple’s caption read. “We honor and celebrate each and every one of you.”

Contributing: Cydney Henderson

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