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Harry has opened up recently about feeling ready for kids, but now his friends are behind him 100%!
The redhead's polo pal Nacho Figueras thinks he'll be a fantastic father, saying:
"I think he will be a great dad, he cares a lot about children, most of his charities are towards children."
And since he clearly gets along really well with the little munchkins, we're convinced that he won't have any trouble transitioning into having babies of his own!
Nacho continued to echo this sentiment, reiterating how important children are to the prince:
"He loves them and he cares about them, so I'm sure he's going to be a great dad."
Whenever the gentle ginger decides to settle down and raise a few little ones, we're sure he'll do an awesome job!
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All Prince William wants to do is catch some Z's!
And this unfortunately means they've experienced SEVERAL nights without proper shut-eye!
On Wednesday, the 32-year-old visited members of the England women's soccer team — the Lionesses — where all the ladies could do is ask about his little bundles of joy!
According to captain of the team Steph Houghton, Miz Charlotte is extremely rambuctious!
Prince Harry was compared to Bridget Jones — and he HATED it!
On Sunday, the ginger prince scoffed at the idea that he's anything like Helen Fielding's unlucky-in-love lead character from the popular British books/films. HIGHlarious!
"Bridget Jones? Where's that come from? Because I write my own diary or because I don't have a girlfriend?
Bridget Jones? That's sad. No, for me, it's good—I'm very happy not having a girlfriend. It's not a case of anything…I'm not, sort of, looking. It's cool."
Hmmm, tell us more about this diary.
So we're guessing that he doesn't consider Cressida Bonas and Chelsy Davy his Daniel Cleaver and Mark Darcy?! LOLz!
It seems the prince was less inclined to discuss his love life — but was more than willing to talk Royal babies!
The 30-year-old still hasn't met Princess Charlotte as he's recently returned from being on tour visiting the Australian Army.
The controversial Brit shared that the army helped him handle pressures of royal life and that he'd advise little Prince George and his baby sis to consider a career in the military.
It's not goodbye, it's see you later!
And by grind, we mean jetsetting to different countries for all those royal responsibilities of his.
On the docket for the prince are two meetings on Monday regarding United for Wildlife, a foundation he and his wife created with his brother, Harry.
Joining him for these meetings, weirdly enough, will be a bunch of famous athletes like David Beckham, Andy Murray, Lewis Hamilton, and Yao Ming, where they will talk protecting wild animals from going extinct and being traded illegally.
Later in the week, he'll hop across the pond to Canada where he'll meet the Football Association's England Women Senior Team in between their training for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Talk about a busy bee!
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As a momma of two, this cause is certainly near and dear to her heart.
Princess Kate put all her feelings in a letter supporting Children's Hospice Week, which dedicates a full seven days to raising money and awareness for families with children who have life-limiting illnesses. The weeklong event works to make sure these parents have what they need to enjoy every minute with their children.
With Prince George, and now Princess Charlotte, its clear this hits close to home for the Duchess of Cambridge, who released her emotional letter with the help of the Together for Short Lives charity. She wrote: