As the whole world eagerly awaits the birth of Kate Middleton's second child, her husband Prince William joined the Queen and political leaders to mark 100 years since the start of the Galipoli campaign at the Cenotaph on Saturday, April 25.
Despite the anticipation for the next royal baby heating up, the 32-year-old royal looked composed as he arrived in military uniform. The Prince is on six weeks' unpaid leave from his job learning to fly helicopters for the East Anglian Air Ambulance after finishing the first of his training early.
Prince William's official appearance suggested that things were the same at the private Lindo Wing in Paddington, London, where the Duchess of Cambridge is waiting to go on labor.
Meanwhile, the royal baby's uncle, Prince Harry, made a stop in London on Sunday, April 26.
The royal, 30, attended the Virgin Money London Marathon where he congratulated participants at the finish line. Prince 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 include the wheelchair races.
Prince Harry is also said to have visited the Duchess and his brother at their Kensington Palace home, which is 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 Prince Harry won't be present for the birth of his new niece or nephew, as he has returned to Australia last Monday to continue army training.