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Prince Harry finally meets Baby Charlotte

Prince Harry finally meets Princess Charlotte.

 Three weeks after she was born, Prince Harry was finally able to see her lovely niece Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. Twitter user Jake Cottrell reportedly saw the prince near Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk on Friday.

"I have just seen Prince Harry driving through Brandon in the nicest Range Rover I've ever seen" the royal fan tweeted. On Sunday, the  Mirror broke news that "royal insiders last night confirmed the visit."

Prince Harry’s meeting with Charlotte was delayed because he had his four-week attachment with the Australian Defence Force and then a tour of New Zealand. Even when he returned home, still he was too preoccupied to visit Baby Charlotte. Her was kept busy with his two-day engagements at the Chelsea Flower Show in London although, thank goodness, he and Charlotte came to see face to face.
The 30-year-old prince revealed that a photo of the cute Princess was sent to her and that he quipped that she was "absolutely beautiful."

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Princess Charlotte.

And while he was traveling, the prince couldn’t stop from thinking of his niece, collecting presents for her and his nephew Prince George. In fact, Prince Harry was asked by adoring royal fans to send their presents to Charlotte and George. When he was at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, he was given a children's book for Charlotte while a pair of Wellington boots was sent to George. The Rugby Union team Wellington Hurricans also asked the prince to give Charlotte a cuddly toy and a babygro.

A nine-year-old royal fan also sent Charlotte a handmade care.
"I gave him a card for Princess Charlotte," Rakaia Burwell-Garratt told the BBC on the first day of Harry's tour. "I wrote in it, I hope you like being a princess and happy birthday for your first week.'"


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