PRINCE Harry will visit Oxford on Tuesday. 

He'll spend time at Oxford Children's Hospital, OXSRAD Disability Sports Centre and Barton Neighbourhood Centre.

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The Duke of Sussex became a dad this week, after wife Meghan gave birth to a son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor

Oxford Mail:

The purpose of the Duke's visit on Tuesday is to highlight the positive work being done in Oxford for children. 

At the hospital, the Duke will visit teenagers, including 13-year-old Mikayla, a WellChild award winner. The pair previously met in 2016. 

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At OXSRAD, the Duke will meet participants from Rebound Thereapy and unveil a plaque to commemorate his visit. 

The Oxford Mail has long supported the work of the Children's Hospital with its annual OX5Run, raising over £1million since the run began. 

At Barton Neighbourhood Centre he will learn more about charity Thrive Teams, which works to develop young leaders in disadvantaged areas, as well as visit the centre's food bank and community cafe.