In his twenties and thirties, his chief priority was to “make my mother incredibly proud,” Harry told People in 2016. “That’s all I’ve ever wanted to do.” Now he’s got a whole crew pushing him to be a better person.
Delivering a speech at the inaugural National Youth Mentoring Summit just two months after Archie’s arrival, Harry began, “I’m struck by a few things today, most of which is the power of the invisible role model. The person who may be sitting here today that doesn’t realize that someone looks up to them that—for that person—you inspire them to be kinder, better, greater, more successful, more impactful.”
“Perhaps it’s the newfound clarity I have as a father knowing that my son will always be watching what I do, mimicking my behavior, one day maybe even following in my footsteps.”
Maybe even on the same path his mom once set out for him. “My mother, Princess Diana, was a role model to so many, without realizing the impact she would have on so many lives,” Harry continued. “You don’t have to be a princess or a public figure to be a role model, in fact it’s equally valuable if you’re not because it’s more relatable. Being a role model and mentor can help heal the wounds of your own past and create a better future for someone else.”
Or, in this case, two tiny someones.
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