Prince Harry On Prince George: ‘I’ll Make Sure He Has Fun’

As has been constantly reported, Prince Harry will be the “fun” Uncle to new born Prince George, son of Kate Middleton and Prince William and future King of England.

The baby’s uncle, Prince Harry, is known as a big party man and has gotten into trouble on more than one occasion for his wild ways when having fun.

We can be sure that big brother William will keep a close eye on his first born and third in line to the British throne, but, when he and Kate are not able to watch little George, Harry has offered to watch the baby for a fee.

“It’s fantastic to have another addition to the family,” Harry, 27, said on Thursday at an event for his charity, Sentebale. “I only hope my brother knows how expensive my babysitting charges are.”

There you have it, a royal baby sitter.

In all seriousness, Prince Harry is expected to be the one to bring a fun experience for his nephew. Not that Kate and William are not fun, but the responsibility they have towards their heir is great.

Harry seems to be bent on providing fun and give the new royal a food life experience as he goes through life. The new monarch will be groomed for his future role as head of the British monarchy, so someone has to be there to provide the fun.

The late Princess Diana, the baby’s grandmother made it a point and went against the Palace’s established rules in how to raise a future King. Diana insisted her boys, William and Harry have as normal an upbringing as possible.

The boys accompanied their royal parents on international tours when possible and the Princess was seen taking them to water parks and other fun places when they were young, which was not the norm for royal children.

Prince Harry explained his role further,

“To be sure he has a good upbringing, keep him out of harm’s way – and make sure he has fun,” Harry said. “The rest of it I leave to the parents.”

It appears the Prince Harry has the best intentions when it comes to his little nephew. It should be a fun ride indeed for little George.