Prince Harry was recently dubbed the People’s Prince by one fan as a tribute to their late mother, Princess Diana.

The late Princess of Wales was known as the People’s Princess, and no one has taken the title from her even after her death. This week, Prince Harry visited Oxford, and he also went to the city’s children’s hospital.

While there, he met Christine George, 52, and her son James, 17, who is having chemotherapy. Prince Harry told the two royal fans that he had a sleepless night the day before, which was not ideal for his first day back at work since the birth of his son.

Prince Harry also visited the Oxford Disability Sports and Leisure Center, which was opened by Princess Diana in 1989. While there, the Duke of Sussex met those who were using the gym and undergoing physiotherapy programs.

Meghan Markle’s husband ended his day in Oxford with a trip to the Barton Neighborhood Center, a hub for local people, which houses doctor’s surgery, food bank, café, and yacht club.

Prince Harry also had the opportunity to greet those who waited for him outdoors. He was in a cheerful mood while shaking hands and talking to some royal fans. After his successful engagement in Oxford, one royal fan called him the People’s Prince.

“The People’s Prince, Archie daddy we love you so much,” the fan commented on social media.

Another person told Prince Harry that he should continue making his mom proud just like what Prince William has also been doing.

“She was a wonderful person who came to see us in Bosnia and help us as well,” the fan said.

Another person said that Princess Diana would be very proud of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle because they have both been doing a great job helping and improving the lives of other people.

Prince Harry and Markle welcomed their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor on May 6. While Markle is on maternity leave, Prince Harry would continue his royal engagements.