The Duke of Sussex has made a last minute appearance at the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey, suggesting there’s no sign of the royal baby just yet.
Father-to-be Harry, 34, joined sister-in-law Kate to honour the sacrifices of Australian and New Zealand forces.
His name was not printed on the order of service in the case the baby arrived. Meghan, 37, is expected to give birth to the couple’s first child within the coming days.
Harry was able to travel to central London for the hour-long service, from his new home Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
Buckingham Palace announced that the duke and duchess are keeping details around the birth private and they will celebrate as a family first before introducing their newborn to the world.
Harry, who served in the military for ten years, donned his three service medals and a poppy pinned to his left lapel.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, dressed conservatively in a teal Catherine Walker flared coat dress and also sported a poppy.
Her husband William, 36, is currently in New Zealand for a two day visit, where he attended the Anzac Day service in Auckland on Thursday morning.
He will also visit Christchurch to pay tribute to those affected by the terror attack last month, which claimed the lives of 50 people.
William, Harry and Meghan attended last year’s Anzac Day service in London. It took place just two days after Kate gave birth to her third child Prince Louis.
The Duchess of Sussex was not present at the Easter Sunday service in Windsor last week. Harry, Kate and William were among the royals who joined the Queen at St George’s Chapel.