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Just a day after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their new royal baby's name (that's Master Archie Harrison, to you!) and posed for pics with little baby Archie, proud new dad Prince Harry had to jet-set off to the Netherlands (because we guess the royal work is never finished).

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Prince Harry arrived at the Hague on May 9 to kick off the one-year countdown to the Hague Invictus Games 2020, but left baby Archie and Markle at home. The visit was announced by the palace last week, then amended a few days ago. It was originally planned to be May 8 and 9, then shortened to just May 9. Prince Harry will return home to his wife and baby tomorrow.

When he arrived, Harry was given a special gift to wear during his visit.

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The black jacket is embroidered with the typical Invictus Games logo that highlights the words "I am" in yellow. Beneath that, a special detail was added for the brand-new father: the word "daddy." So, yes, the jacket reads, "I am daddy." (Yeah, you are...)

The Invictus Games, which aims to help injured, sick and wounded former servicemen and women through their recovery by competing in a Paralympic-style competition, will take place in the Hague in one year. This will be the fifth Invictus Games and will feature 500 competitors from 19 nations in nine adaptive sports events.

Prince Harry also received a special onesie with the Invictus Games logo for little Archie. The onesie was presented to him on stage by Princess Margriet of the Netherlands, and the duke held it up to his chest with glee.

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The cutest dad (and we're hoping this makes his probable homesickness a little easier).

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