Prince Harry Will Miss Arrival of Second Royal Baby
Prince Harry returned to Australia for his Army commitments and will miss the birth of his niece or nephew.
Prince Harry flew out of London on Monday night and returned to Australia to start the second phase with the Australian Army units in Perth and Sydney.
Harry won’t meet his new niece or nephew until mid-May when he returns from active duty. After his work with the Australian Army, Harry will also make an official tour of New Zealand before returning home to the United Kingdom.
William and Kate continue to await the birth of their second child, who, like their first child, Prince George, is past the due date.
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