Prince Harry is giving a glimpse into what a good sport he'll be as a dad after he joined in a ballet class with young kids in London.
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Harry, whose wife, Duchess Meghan, is expected to give birth this month to their first child, made a solo visit Wednesday to the YMCA South Ealing.
While watching students in a ballet class for kids ages four to six, Harry, 34, learned about the class's "ballet challenge," where students balance on one leg, according to reports.
Harry jumped right in and gave it a shot as well, successfully balancing on his left leg with his arms extended out for balance.
The Duke of Sussex's visit to the YMCA was part of his continued efforts to raise awarneness about mental health. In 2016, Harry, his brother, Prince William, and sister-in-law, Duchess Kate, launched Heads Together, an initiative to change the conversation on mental health.
Photos of Harry's visit were shared on @sussexroyal, Harry and Meghan's new Instagram account, which went live Tuesday. The account now has more than 3 million followers.
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Today The Duke of Sussex met with families, children and young adults at @Ymcaenglandandwales in South Ealing as a continuation of his dedicated work in the mental health space. “There continues to be huge progress in smashing the stigma that surrounds mental health, but let’s keep normalising the conversation. Let’s keep reminding each other that it’s okay to not be okay, and to listen to each other. After all, how we think determines how we act, how we feel, and how we treat ourselves and those around us.” -The Duke of Sussex. It takes courage, strength and honesty, but talking through your mental health issues often becomes the key to dealing with them. Just like physical exercise, which we all know is good for us; we have to care for our minds as much as we do for our bodies. 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives. It is a part of all of us. Have an unashamed conversation on how you feel, be empowered to share your story and you will see you are not alone. For more information visit @heads_together. - 📷Royal Communications / PA