The Prince pops in! As Britain's royal family awaits the birth of Kate Middleton and Prince William's second child, the little one's future uncle, Prince Harry, made a stop in London on Sunday, April 26.
The redheaded royal, 30, attended the Virgin Money London Marathon where he congratulated participants at the finish line. Harry met with volunteers and members of St. John Ambulance before making presentations to the winners of both the men's and women's races and the IPC Athletics World Championships, which includes the wheelchair races.
Prince William's younger brother also presented British runner and three times winner of the London Marathon Paula Radcliffe, 41, with a lifetime achievement award after completing her final race.
Kensington Palace's official Instagram handle shared a photo from the event, writing, "Prince Harry at the presentation to the IPC Athletics World Championship Winners #LondonMarathon."
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 26, 2015
Prince Charles' youngest son has been on the go lately. He arrived in London after paying tribute to the fallen heroes of Gallipoli at the ANZAC Commemorative site in Turkey with his father the previous night. He is also believed to have visited his pregnant sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, and his brother at their Kensington Palace home, a stone's throw away from his own Nottingham Cottage pad. (A source tells Us Weekly, "He's most likely to have visited in the morning.")
It now seems that Harry won't be present for the birth of his new niece or nephew, as he is returning to Australia to continue army training tomorrow.
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