Prince Harry asks ‘what is WRONG with parents’ for letting children play THIS popular game
Prince Harry asked why parents are letting their children play popular online video game Fortnite, according to a group of young school children who met the royal couple in Brighton on Wednesday.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were greeted by schoolchildren at the Royal Pavillion in Brighton this afternoon as part of their whistle-stop tour of Sussex.
Prince Harry did not shy away from a crowd of children as he was seen going for a high-five with pupils from the Queen’s Park Primary School.
After meeting with the Duke and Duchess, one schoolchild revealed Prince Harry told the children they were too young to be playing online video game Fortnite.
The child told ITN: “Prince Harry came over and talked to us and Erin asked him about Fortnite.”
He said that we are eight and he said ‘you guys shouldn’t really play Fortnite’
The children shook their head when asked if Prince Harry said he played the popular game.
Another youngster mocked Prince Harry and said: “He was like this ‘what is wrong with parents’.”
One child also said: “And then he asked how old we are and we said that we are eight and he said ‘you guys shouldn’t really play Fortnite’.”
Meghan, who is the first-ever Duchess of Sussex, chose to wear a cream Armani coat, a black shirt by And Other Stories, and a bottle-green leather Hugo Boss skirt paired with nude suede stilettos.
In another touching moment, dog-lover Meghan, 37, bent down to stroke a black pooch who was also in the crowds to greet her.
Harry, dressed in a grey suit and white shirt, also shared a sweet moment as he cuddled up to a dog, also in the crowds.
The royal couple had a busy day as they embarked of their first official visit to Sussex.
The pair, who got married in May, kicked off their tour in Chichester, where around 1,000 excited royal fans filled the streets to catch a glimpse of the royals.
The royal couple then headed to Bognor Regis, where they officially opened the University of Chichester’s Engineering and Digital Technology Park and met more schoolchildren.
Harry and Meghan then travelled to Brighton and then to Peacehaven to meet youngsters at the JOFF Youth Centre and hearing about their work on mental health and wellbeing.