The Duke of Sussex visited the Institute of Translation Medicine and the Scar Free Foundation Centre for Conflict Wound Research at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham on Monday.
During his tour of the facility, the 34-year-old met up with JJ Chalmers, an old friend and former marine, who’d just became a dad to little James.
JJ and his wife, Kornelia, introduced their 5-week-old son to the prince, according to People.
“It’s your turn next!” the former marine said to old pal Harry, who smiled anxiously.
Harry visited the centre to show his ongoing support for veterans who were wounded in battle. The care facility was created to help victims of terror incidents deal with the psychological and physical impact left by their experiences, ET Online reports.
Earlier in the day, Harry met with the families of 31 British victims of the 2015 Tunisia terrorist attacks. During a memorial service at Birmingham’s Cannon Hill Park, the Duke of Sussex dedicated a memorial to the victims.
“In memory of all those who lost their lives. And to the families whose lives were changed forever by these events,” Harry said. “I would like to pay my deepest respects to you and officially dedicate this memorial to your loved ones.”
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