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Royal fans have said Prince Harry is looking tired after his first public appearance since the birth of his daughter Lili.
On Sunday Harry and his wife Meghan Markle announced their sweet baby news as they confirmed the arrival of their second child.
The couple welcomed Lilibet 'Lili' Diana into the world on Friday with the new arrival weighing a healthy 7lb 11oz.
The new arrival's name is also a sweet nod to Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth and his late mother, Princess Diana.
And Prince Harry made a virtual appearance in a promotional video for the Invictus Games on Wednesday, just days after the birth.
Injured and sick military veterans gather for the sporting event, which was set up by Harry in 2014.
Speaking directly to the camera, the Duke of Sussex told viewers: "It's time to spread the news, something big is coming in Germany."
But fans were quick to comment on the video, saying Prince Harry appeared to be showing the 'Lili effect' and seemed to have had little sleep before shooting the clip.
One fan wrote: "Lmfao right I think every parent knows that look anywhere," another added.
"Lili effect," a second wrote followed by laughing emojis.
A third tweeted: "I saw that too… Lili is keeping Daddy up."
Another wrote: "It’s a badge of honor!! He got that girl-dad persona down real fast!"
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced on Valentine’s Day that Archie Mountbatten-Windsor would soon be getting a baby sister.
Princess Diana would have been 'thrilled' with granddaughter Lilibet's 'beautiful' names
Sharing a sweet picture of a pregnant Meghan holding Archie while Harry cuddled her from behind, a spokesman for the couple said they were "overjoyed" to be expecting their second child.
Lilibet was famously a pet name of the Queen, and she even used the nickname to sign her final note to her late husband Prince Philip at his funeral in April.
Philip would be 'moved' by Harry and Meghan's 'touching' baby name tribute to Queen
As a young princess, the Queen struggled to pronounce her own name, Elizabeth, so resorted to saying 'Lillibet'.
But it stuck, with dad King George VI and other members of the Royal Family affectionately calling her by the nickname for years after.
Harry also took the opportunity of his first public appearance to speak of the resilience and community involved in planning the Invictus Games.
Set in Düsseldorf for 2023, over 500 competitors from 20 nations will battle it out in different adaptive sports.
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- Princess Diana
- Royal Family
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