Five hilarious dad jokes Prince Harry has made that most parents can relate to

Prince Harry. (Photo: Getty Images)
Prince Harry. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their first son, Archie, on 06 May 2019 and like any first-time-dad, the Prince seems to have his hands full with his new bundle of joy.

Speaking at a eco-travel initiative in Amsterdam in 2019, Prince Harry got candid about his journey on fatherhood, Mirror reported.

But it’s all the relatable dad jokes about not being able to get enough sleep at night that most parents will definitely agree with.


1.    "I’ve had about two hours’ sleep."

During a media press briefing shortly after the duo welcomed little Archie into the world, Prince Harry revealed to the media that he’d had only two hours’ sleep, US Weekly reported.

2.    "...the best night’s sleep I’ve had in the last four months."

Speaking recently at the launch of Travalyst addressing the backlash he received following the private jet incident, the Duke got candid Hello! Magazine reported.

"Having spent last night here, I don’t know about you guys, but it was definitely the best night’s sleep I’ve had in the last four months," joked the first-time dad.

3.    "What, you’re pregnant? Is it mine?"

In another interview during his Morocco tour with Meghan, Harry jokingly acted surprised after they were congratulated on their pregnancy, People reported.

"What, you’re pregnant? Is it mine?" he said at the time comically.

4.    "...he’s already got a little bit of facial hair,"

It also seems like little Archie might’ve inherited one of the unique features from his dad and that’s his dad’s red hair.

A couple of hours following his birth, Prince Harry joked to the media about how his son was already showing a little bit of facial hair, NY Times reported.

5.    "…this little thing is absolutely to die for."

Like any proud parent, the Prince couldn’t be happier to be called little Archie’s father.

"As I said, I am so incredibly proud of my wife and as every father and parent would ever say, your baby is absolutely amazing, but this little thing is absolutely to die for," he said speaking to the media following Archie’s birth.

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