Prince Harry has had a busy week. The Duke of Sussex spent a few days in Sheffield, visiting the same children's hospital his late mother did, and spent time at Sheffield Hallam University.
As we know a huge component of Royal life is making appearances. This week was no different, which saw Harry make his way up to Sheffield to open a new wing of the hospital worth £40 million.
This was a particularly special visit for Harry, as during his time in the hospital he was shown pictures of his mother, Diana, who had visited the very same hospital 30 years ago.
Harry also visit Sheffield Hallam University, where he was shown a virtual reality rehabilitation project which acts as a means for amputees to train themselves to use prosthetic limbs.
As well as this, Harry spent time at the English Institute of Sport, where he watched some of the trials for the Invictus games, with many top athletes competing to represent the UK at the games.
Here's our favorite photos from Harry's visit, including a post shared on the @sussexroyal Instagram page!
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The Duke of Sussex made a special visit to Sheffield today to see workers, academics and students doing their part to help their community. At Sheffield Children’s Hospital, The Duke supported the opening of a new wing that extends the resources available to patients and their families. This was an especially meaningful visit both publicly and personally as The Duke signed the visitors book that his mother, Diana Princess of Wales signed in 1989. At Sheffield Hallam University The Duke celebrated the incredible teaching and research staff and saw firsthand their Virtual Reality rehabilitation project. He also met with youth activists and academics working with the World Health Organisation and the UN to develop new technology to assist in aid work during crises around the world. Today was a prime example of just how many people work tirelessly behind the scenes to make this world better for others. We all have the opportunity to do something impactful every single day. “Nature needs your care. Animals need your attention. People need your light. The world needs your love... How can you make a difference in the world? Help one person at a time.” Matshona Dhliwayo Photo©️PA images / Empics - Doug Peters