Be it on trips across the globe or his charity work back home, Prince Harry has always been known for being his adorable self around kids.A glimpse of this was seen once again, when Prince Harry made a solo trip to Roundwood Youth Centre in North West London, to interact with school children.Also Read:Ed Sheeran might perform at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s weddingAt the centre, Prince Harry rolled up his sleeves to serve food to children, as part of the Fit and Fed campaign, an initiative which provides access to free lunches and activities to kids, during school breaks. Prince Harry serving lunch to school kids. Picture courtesy: Instagram/whenharrymetmeghanThe redhead prince took his place behind the counter to serve helpings of pasta to the kids, reported People.Prince Harry also participated in a handball activity, run by StreetGames’ Training Academy, which trains young lovers of sports. Picture courtesy: Twitter/streetgamesukHere’s a sneak-peek into his fun-filled interaction with the children at the centre.After handing out lunches, Prince Harry met children playing outside in the games area. pic.twitter.com/a02oD9hDF5Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 15, 2018The visit was reportedly one of the several made by Prince Harry to sporting and community organisations, to encourage groups to work together for pooling resources.