We may not be able to hang with the Prince of Wales, but we can certainly live vicariously through these photos!
Babies on the Brain
He's definitely ready for daddy duty! Prince Harry dropped by YMCA South Ealing in West London on April 3, where he greeted attendees including a mother and her precious 3-month-old daughter, Naz. The dad-to-be kneeled down to say hello to the pair and greeted the little one with a big smile. It took a moment, but Naz soon beamed back at him. He even gave her a tickle before guessing that she had just woken up, later adding, "I love that face."
The royal father-to-be looked like he was helping train the head teachers' dog, Winnie, when he visited students at St. Vincent's Catholic Primary School in Acton, England, on March 20.
Delightful Dinner Guest
The Duke of Sussex held court during a roundtable discussion at Lancaster House in London on Jan. 30, where he embraced his role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.
Harry and wife Meghan cheered on a dance troupe at The Hive during their visit to Birkenhead, England on Jan. 14.
Ready for Fatherhood
The royal made a little girl's day when he chatted with her and her doll while meeting the public during a walkabout in Viaduct Harbour in Auckland, New Zealand, on Oct. 30, 2018.
Harry embraced Netherlands' Marc Van De Kuilen after his team's gold medal match of Wheelchair Basketball against the United States on the eighth day of the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia, on Oct. 27.
Lei'd Down Under
The soon-to-be dad looked like he was having the best time ever as he and Meghan spoke to members of OneWave in Sydney during their 16-day autumn tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in mid-October.
The Duke of Sussex cheered on sailors in Sydney Harbour during the second day of the 2018 Invictus Games in Australia on Oct. 21.
Welp, our hearts just turned to mush! For his first visit in his role as Captain General Royal Marines, the Duke of Sussex eagerly met Royal Marine Phil Eaglesham's dog, Cooper, while visiting the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre in Lympstone, England, on Sept. 13.
Future Race Car Driver?
It'd be tough to be a speed demon in this tiny vehicle! Continuing on his very busy day at the training center, Harry plopped into a mini car while talking with members of the Invictus Games Foundation GT Championship team.
Wedding Day Bliss
Even on his wedding day, Harry was still able to show off a bit of his cheeky side, happily greeting well-wishers as he and his best man, brother Prince William, arrived at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19.
The soon-to-be-married royal cracked jokes with his fiancee, Meghan Markle, at the Women's Empowerment reception in London, England, on April 19.
The 33-year-old royal threw a volleyball around as he and Meghan met athletes at the U.K. Team Trials for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 at the University of Bath Sports Training Village in Bath, England, on April 6.
Ahead of England Rugby's Six Nations game in mid-February, Prince Harry chatted with players during their open team training session.
Salute to Scotland
When they arrived at Edinburgh Castle on Feb. 13, Harry and Meghan were greeted by a Shetland pony named Cruachan, the mascot of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
American Royalty Meets British Royalty
Harry was a guest editor on BBC News Radio 4 in December 2017, and the lucky guy got to conduct an interview with former president Barack Obama.
The redheaded royal helped former first lady Michelle Obama surprise students at Hyde Park Academy, a high school across from the future site of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago's Southside, on Oct. 31.
Now this is how you hold a meeting! On the second day of his Royal Visit to Denmark on Oct. 26, Harry held a roundtable at a Danish bakery to discuss the "One of Us" campaign, which destigmatizes mental illness in Denmark.
Harry chatted with WellChild award winners on Oct. 16. The annual event celebrates inspiring qualities of seriously ill young people in England. 2017 marked the 10th year of the royal's patronage of WellChild, a charity caring for thousands of the aforementioned children and their families every year.
The friendly royal rocked a fitted gray button-down shirt, dark blue slacks and stylish shades as he smiled and shook hands with children attending the Cycling Criterium time trial during the 2017 Invictus Games at High Park in Toronto, Canada, on Sept. 27. The 33-year-old prince has long been a patron and supporter of the Invictus Games, which provide an opportunity for injured military veterans to compete in a variety of sporting events.