Peekaboo, the Prince of Wales sees you!
Prince William (40) once again showed off his fun-loving side when he was pictured playing games with children at a Polish refugee camp on a recent trip to the Ukrainian-Polish border.
Upon his arrival in Warsaw, the royal took part in a game of table tennis with the kids before four-year-old Tympthi pulled him aside and repeatedly hid his face, before popping it back into view, exclaiming, "Peekaboo!"
William later toured the facility, which is at the front line of the humanitarian crisis.
The shelter not only provides the victims of the Ukraine war with shelter and food, they also offer Polish language courses and emotional support.
The prince gladly posed for selfies and chatted with the kids and their carers.
As a father of three, Prince William has plenty of practice with kids.
“I’ve always loved nature, but fatherhood has given me a new sense of purpose,” he said in the documentary Prince William: A Planet for Us All.
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The Prince of Wales made a surprise visit to Poland to learn more about how British troops have been collaborating with their Polish counterparts to support Ukraine.
William, who also met Poland president Andrzej Duda at the presidential palace, is the first British royal family member to personally meet the soldiers.
“I just wanted to come here in person to say thank you for all that you’re doing, keeping everyone safe out here and keeping an eye on what’s going on,” he told them.
“So, just a big thank you for what you do on a day-to-day basis.”
He also placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a memorial to Polish soldiers who died in battle, and met with the families of soldiers based there.
“I want to pay tribute to the inspiring humanity of the Polish people,” he said.
“You've opened your hearts as much as your homes.”
The last wreath laid by a British royal in Poland was by the late Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip in 1996 during their state visit.
SOURCES: THEGUARDIAN.COM, DAILYMAIL.CO.UK, HELLOMAGAZINE.COM