Prince Harry fired back at Sky News Royal reporter Rhiannon Mills after she asked way personal question concerning royal birth. Mills questioned the Duke if he was sad for missing the birth of Prince William’s and Kate Middleton’s second child, Princess Charlotte.
Ms Mills remembers the moment when the Duke left her speechless at the very beginning of her career as Royal correspondent. It was Ms Mills very first interview with a Royal, when the Duke of Sussex shut her down. She said: “What was amazing about that conversation was how down to earth he was. How candid he was. The fact that within that first conversation I said to him: ‘Oh you were away for the birth of Princess Charlotte.
“‘Did you feel that you missed out on this big moment for your brother and sister in law?’
“And he turned around to me and said: ‘Look when you’ve been in the Army and when you lost your mother at the age that I did, you toughen up’.
“And I just thought wow, that is quite something to be said in the very first conversation I had ever had with him.
“But it gave me an insight into the kind of man that he was in that he will be very open.”
Prince Harry became a father almost a month ago to Archie Harrison. Meghan Markle gave birth to a healthy baby boy on May 6.
The Prince had to leave his family for royal duties shortly after his son was born. Harry attended the annual Sentebale Polo Cup which this year was held in Rome.
Michael Carrazza, the CEO of the private equity firm Solaia in Stamford, Connecticut has said the royal opened up about his father role during Sentebale’s Polo Cup match at the Roma Polo Club in Rome on Friday.
Mr Carrazza claims that although Harry was delighted of being a father, this was a “well-deserved break” away from his newborn.
The friend said: “He was excited about being a new father.
“It obviously comes with some work and new experiences but he was enthusiastic.”
The polo player said he was thrilled to play polo with Prince Harry and even beating the opposition.
He said: “Harry is a very talented player. He’s not shy on the field, so that’s always fun.”
Sentebale is the charity that provides support for children suffering from AIDS in southern Africa. Prince Harry established this organisation in 2006.
Sentebale Chairman Johnny Hornby said: “You can tell what an incredible affinity he has for children.
“He is a magnet for children.
“I didn’t think he could have appreciated children more than he did before, but I have seen a whole new involvement with them now that he is a father.”
Prince Harry’s close friend and professional Polo player Nacho Figueras was in Rome as well.
Mr Hornby added: “Nacho met little Archie last week and said that the Duke couldn’t take his eyes off of him — nor his hands.
“The two of them are just in a state of sheer delight over this birth.”