The british Prince Harry shakes hands with the students of the St. Vincent’s Catholic primary School.
He might have been standing in front of one of the world’s most famous faces, but a 4-year-old boy was allegedly convinced Prince Harry was not who he claimed to be.
The Duke of Sussex, who is soon expecting his first child with the wife and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, was the visit of the school children on Wednesday at the St. Vincent’s Catholic primary School in Acton, a district in London.
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As Harry approached, one student — a 4-year-old Emmanuel Osei, according to People magazine — the boy reportedly asked: “When is Prince Harry?”
“But I’m Prince Harry,” he replied, according to the publication, referring to a teaching assistant with the name Philomena Frattura.
Prince Harry reportedly had to convince the boy that he was, in fact, Prince Harry.
“When is the real Prince Harry?” the boy said back.
“I am the real Harry. I just got my hair cut for the occasion,” Harry apparently said in a comment.
Eventually, Emmanuel was convinced. The hold-up? The royal apparently do not look good.
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“They think that a prince should have a crown,” Diane Redmond, a learning mentor at the school, told People, which noted that this is not the first time that Harry had to convince a non-believer.
“Every time I get to meet kids, and they have been told that a real prince is coming, the disappointment on their faces when they see me without a crown or a cape,” Harry told the publication in 2016.