It is a truth universally acknowledged that the first months of new parenthood are some of the most sleep-deprived moments any mum and dad will experience in a lifetime.
But brand new father Prince Harry showed no signs of the very little sleep he's probably been getting since the arrival of his son Archie last month, looking particularly handsome at the launch of Made by Sport, a new charity initiative which aims to support disadvantaged young people.
The Duke of Sussex, 34, wore a smart grey blazer, crisp white shirt and black pants as he went to work without his popular wife, Duchess Meghan, who was no doubt looking after little Archie at the couple's home at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, using her well-deserved maternity leave to recover from the birth.
Harry joined several elite athletes, including British boxer Anthony Johnson, at the launch of the campaign, which will raise millions of dollars to support grassroots organisations who serve underprivileged communities across the UK.
Harry appeared upbeat and jovial as he arrived at the event, one of many engagement he's managed to fulfil since the birth of his son, pushing through what we can only imagine must be a lot of tiredness and far too many sleepless nights.
As any new parent will attest to, those first few months with a newborn can be incredibly stressful and tiring, for the father as well as the mother.
And while of course the Sussexes would certainly have some help on hand at home to lighten the load, it's pretty amazing that Harry is out and about looking this damn good while also caring for a newborn.
Seriously, can we get Harry to share his skincare regimen, maybe on the @sussexroyal official Instagram account?
His skin looks amazing - we would absolutely screenshot and send to all the men in our lives!
This week we got a little more info about exactly how little Archie will be raised, with the revelation that Harry and Meghan's firstborn won't have a traditional nanny like his Cambridge cousins.
A new report claims the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are going to opt for someone "non-traditional."
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Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis' nanny Maria Borallo is one of the esteemed Norland nannies trained in all manners of childcare and even has her own private residence with the family in Kensington Palace.
But royal historian Victoria Howard told UK paper The Express that she believes Harry and Meghan will opt for a "non-traditional" nanny, possibly recommended by "Hollywood friends".
"I think they will look for someone who is obviously experienced, but that has more of a rounded attitude towards child rearing," she revealed.
"I think they will look for things that will make them aware of mental health perhaps, encouraging creativity and for them to be themselves."
There were even talks that the Sussexes would hire a male and/or American nanny, but Victoria suspects that they will go for a British nanny "just because they are based in Britain."