PRINCE Harry charmed crowds of Oxford residents today as he visited some of the city's community and healthcare hubs.

Royal fans and families lined the streets outside Barton Neighbourhood Centre this afternoon, which was the last of HRH's three stops.

First the Duke of Sussex visited Oxford Children's Hospital, where former patient Daisy Wingrove, 13, presented him with an adorable teddy bear.

The gift was for HRH's newborn baby, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, and was one of many donated to the special guest during his tour of the city.

HRH arrived at the hospital, on the John Radcliffe site, at about 11am this morning.

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He visited OXSRAD Disability Sports Centre at about 12.30pm and arrived at Barton Neighbourhood Centre about an hour later, before leaving at 2.45pm. 

The Duke shared baby talk with one young family at the hospital and said he is still getting used to the idea that he is now a parent.

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HRH even found time to sit on the floor and play dinosaurs with two children. 

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Prince Harry's son Archie is just eight days old, and his Oxford visit is his first official UK engagement since the birth.

During the visit, the Duke met children and young people receiving treatment and the staff caring for them, as well as supporters of Oxford Hospitals Charity. 

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He also visited the Oxfordshire Hospital School, which has classrooms on site to support children with their education while they are receiving treatment.

The Duke gave Daisy a hug goodbye as he left the hospital.

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Plenty of people turned out at Oxsrad in Marston to meet Prince Harry, including some who met his late mother Princess Diana when she opened the sports centre 30 years ago.

The road outside Barton Neighbourhood Centre was decorated with bunting and Union Flags ahead of HRH's visit, and crowds lined the street in anticipation of seeing him.

Prince Harry crouched down to talk to schoolchildren as he arrived outside, as people waved Union Flags behind them.

He was inundated with drawings, paintings and congratulations cards as he walked past. The Oxford Times:

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Prince Harry met Thrive Teams, a charity working in Barton, the Leys and South Abingdon to help young people drive change in their communities.

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Prince Harry embraces a team member at Barton Neighbourhood Centre. Pic: Kirsty Wigglesworth/ PA Wire

HRH also visit the centre's community food bank and cafe, before officially reopening the newly renovated Neighbourhood Centre and unveiling a plaque.

Scroll through our gallery above for more photos of the Duke's visit.