Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, has always been natural with little children.
But yesterday the king shared a particularly handsome conversation with a young boy in Auckland, who, like him, also lost his mother at a young age.
Andrew Hough reports for Australian Daily Telegraph revealed how, on a walkabout at Auckland Viaduct Harbor yesterday, Harry stayed for a cordial chat with the six-year-old Otia Nante – whose mother took her own life.
Probably the loss of his own mother, Princess Diana, reflected when he was only 12, the Duke of Sussex reflected time to offer Otia some advice about his difficult situation.
When he spoke to Otia, he assured him: "Life will always be good, you know, yes?
"I made it to 34 years old and life is good. I have a beautiful wife, a baby on my way. Life will be sorted, do not worry."
The young boy's grandmother, 52-year-old Te, also revealed that she grew up after his mother left at 1 year of age. And it seems that Prince Harry thought of his own grandmother Queen when he praised her for doing a great job with her grandchild.
Spectators reported that he said, "You are doing a good job, Nan. Nans are so important in our lives."
The friendly duke used to spend several minutes chatting with Otia and his grandmother before he went downstairs to greet other waiting fans.
Prince Harry has often talked about how the emotional impact of losing his mother Diana at such a young age.
In a podcast with The Telegraphs Bryony Gordon last year, the duke of Sussex confirmed that her death had a serious impact on his work and personal life.
"I can safely say I'm losing my mother at the age of 12 and that's why I shut down all my feelings over the past 20 years has had a rather serious impact on not only my personal life but also my work"
But it seems that Harry finally found happiness with her new wife Meghan, with the couple looking forward to welcoming her first child next spring.