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It's become increasingly evident that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry don't like doing things slowly.
First they announced Meghan's pregnancy less than half a year after getting hitched, and now it appears Harry's already practising his embarrassing dad act months before his kid's even been born.
The dad-to-be gave a speech at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Invictus Games in Australia, which happened an hour later than scheduled due to a storm that struck Sydney that day.
When he finally made it to the stage, he started off his speech by delivering his first ever dad joke, stating: "I have a mission for all of you Aussies - and it's not how many shrimps you can put on the barbie!"
We're going to give it a 4/10 on the cringe scale - it's not the most offensive dad joke, but bear in mind this is his first go and he's not officially even a dad yet. With this taken into consideration, we can only imagine what embarrassing japes he's got up his sleeve to mortify his family with once the baby's out. I bet Meghan can't wait.
Following his dreadful joke, Harry went on to give some words of inspiration to the residents down under, adding: "Our competitors have made it to these games - most of them travelling from thousand of miles away.
"It's your job to cheer them on and share their stories. It's your privilege to be able to watch from the stands and with your families around the television.
"It's your responsibility to make sure that your children know how amazing these guys and girls really are.
"Show the world what game on down under really means. Australia, let's show the world how it's done."
Previous to this, the prince had gushed over his wife and their latest news by saying: "I have been so proud to be able to introduce my wife to you and we have been so happy to have been able to share the personal joy of our newest addition with you all."
Yep, it looks like Prince Harry is going to be the embarrassing dad no one asked for. I'd say I felt sorry for his future kid, but let's face it - it's being born into enough money to use twenties as toilet paper. No sympathy necessary.
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