Prince Harry Gets Kids Fit and Fed
Prince Harry looked on as kids jumped on a trampoline and practiced jiu-jitsu, and even served them lunch.
Prince Harry looked on as kids jumped on a trampoline and practiced jiu-jitsu, and even served them lunch, Tuesday.
The Duke of Sussex visited school children at a London youth center as part of the British royals' national campaign to get young people moving.
For years, Harry has worked with the program, called Fit and Fed. Its goal is to help disadvantaged kids get healthier through physical activity.
Amid a day of fun, the kids surprised Harry with a gift of their own — a Teddy bear named Ted.
The bear may be good practice, since Harry and wife Meghan Markle are about to become first-time parents this spring.
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