By Olivia Bahou
Updated May 16, 2017 @ 10:15 am
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Prince William continues to do his mom proud, every day on the job. On Tuesday, the charitable royal marked his 10th anniversary as president of the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust with a visit to one of the hospital’s facilities in Sutton, England, making our day in the process.

The Duke of Cambridge shadowed staff as they made patient visits and met people like 6-year-old Daisy Wood (above), who is being treated at the Royal Marsden Oak Centre for Children and Young People. One look at that big smile on Daisy’s face and it's obvious that she enjoyed the visit. The duke even helped her put on her nametag.

According to Kensington Palace, the royal accompanied two staff nurses on his visit through the children’s center, helping to call in patients for treatment and check their blood pressure.

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Prince William also got the chance to operate the radiotherapy machine—though not while it was currently being used to treat a patient. Just look at that smile.

The Palace even shared a throwback photo from 2005, where the young prince made an early visit to the radiotherapy department before becoming president of the organization.

Consider us royally impressed.