The 30-year-old royal flew out of London on Monday, April 27 to Australia to start a second phase with the Australian Army units in Perth and Sydney.
Prince Harry, unfortunately will be absent from London when his second nephew or niece arrives.
According to reports, the 30-year-old royal flew out of London on Monday, April 27 to Australia to start a second phase with the Australian Army units in Perth and Sydney.
Despite his desire to meet his brother's second-born when he/she arrives, Prince Harry will only get to have that special meeting when he returns to England in mid-May.
Harry got into England on the evening of Saturday, April 25, after attending Gallipoli events in Turkey with his father Prince Charles. He also showed up at the London Marathon on Sunday, April 26, and visited his brother and sister-in-law at their home in Kensington Palace.
But despite stringing out his stay as long as he possibly could by taking a late evening flight out of London on Monday, Harry missed his new relation's coming because Kate's baby number two is now five days overdue.
Too bad Harry!