"He is looking forward to being a dad. He's very excited about it," People magazine quoted Seyi Obakin, chief executive of the charity Centrepoint - whose aim is to help homeless young people -, as saying.
During the secret visit to Centrepoint's Bruce House in London earlier this week, the royal patron of the charity spoke with residents, who are learning to be entrepreneurs and other skills so they can be successful in their communities, People Magazine reported.
Obakin told the publication that the Prince talked about music, movies, fun things with the residents and he has a genuine concern for how life is like for them as the country is going through the recession.
Obakin said that William also played Ping-Pong with a group of residents and watched as other young people played with a soccer ball.
He added that earlier, Princess Diana, also used to quietly make secrete visits to different charitable organizations, taking her sons William and Prince Harry along when they were boys.