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The birth of little Princess Charlotte, gifts from the Australian government, Prince Harry finishes his secondment with the Australian Army, Prince Albert and Princess Charlene’s twins’ baptisms, and a new movie, A Royal Night Out.
Introducing HRH Princess Charlotte of Cambridge
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was born 2 May 2015, at 8.34 am, weighing in at 3.7 kg (8 pounds 3 ounces) at the Lindo Wing, at London’s St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington.
Australian Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Prime Minister Tony Abbott have offered their congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Listen to the podcast to find out more details about Australia’s gift to the little princess.
Royal Baby 2015
The Royal Australian Mint has issued a new coin commemorating Princess Charlotte’s birth, which is available for a limited time.
Captain Wales in the Australian Army
Prince Harry participated in a military training exercise against terrorist activity on Sydney Harbour on Thursday, 7 May.
See the video of Captain Wales in action with the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
Our Warrior Prince also met NSW Premier and hundreds of well-wishers at the Sydney Opera House on 7 May 2015, to thank Australians for their warm welcome.
Find out in our show about Prince Harry’s awkward moment, and who was responsible!
Royal Christening in Monaco
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene’s twins, Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella will be christened on Sunday, 10 May 2015, at 10.30 am in Monaco Cathedral.
A Royal Night Out
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret beg their parents, George V and Queen Elizabeth, to participate in the VE Day celebrations on 8 May 1945.
What happens next is the subject of a new comedy drama called A Royal Night Out, which is said to be inspired by “untold true events”.
Watch the trailer: