Prince Harry will take two weeks of paternity leave when his wife, Meghan Markle, gives birth, according to news reports on Monday.
But apart from members of the Royal Family, it’s hardly newsworthy these days for a dad to take time off to be with his newborn.
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In fact, millennial dads are far more likely than their fathers were to take time off work after the birth of a baby. And according to a 2016 Cornell University study, dads who take longer paternal leave tend to be more engaged and involved with their kids in the long run.
Taking paternity leave isn’t the only thing dads these days are doing differently than in the past. Here are six notable ways millennial dads are doing fatherhood differently than previous generations.