It is in the making for new father Prince Harry.
Harry arrived in the Netherlands on Thursday – just three days after wife Meghan Markle gave birth to the couple’s first child, son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Harry was there to promote the 2020 Invictus Games, which will take place next May in The Hague.
Harry, who launched the Invictus Games in 2014, was photographed to get acquainted with wounded, sick or wounded soldiers and women, and later to cycle and practice his archery skills.
“I had seen firsthand the transformative power of sport to help people recover physically and psychologically and knew that the Invictus games would change lives, capture hearts and inspire a generation, the Invictus generation,” said Harry, according to People.
“Now we are here, launching the countdown to the fifth Invictus Games and I am very happy that many more wounded, wounded and sick soldiers and women will have the opportunity to continue their journey to recovery,” he continued.
During his visit, Harry shook a “daddy” jacket and received a small onesie for son Archie.
Harry postponed his trip to the Netherlands last week prior to the birth of baby Archie and canceled his visit to Amsterdam, which was originally planned for Wednesday.
Baby Archie was born in the early hours of Monday morning, weighing 7 pounds, 3 grams. Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, introduced their newborn son to the world two days later.