The prince met the three-week old princess earlier this weekend at the family's country home, PEOPLE confirms

By Simon Perry
Updated May 24, 2015 08:50 AM
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When Harry met Charlie!

Just in time for the new princess‘s three-week birthday, her uncle Prince Harry finally got to meet her, PEOPLE confirms.

The prince, 30, traveled to Anmer Hall, the country home of brother Prince William and sister-in-law Princess Kate, earlier this weekend, a royal source tells PEOPLE.

And Harry may also have been on something of a special delivery mission to the Sandringham estate some 110 miles north of London, bringing with him some of the many gifts he was given by well-wishers during his tour of New Zealand earlier this month.

Harry will be out later Sunday when he is due to play polo in a match that will benefit one of his charities, WellChild, and homelessness charity Centrepoint, of which William is patron.

While Charlotte is not quite ready to start her royal duties – she’s still working on the whole sleeping-through-the-night thing – fans of her adorably side-parted big brother, Prince George, may soon get their fix. There’s some speculation that Prince George, who will be 2 in July, could join William and Kate in public soon.

The Sunday Times quotes a palace aide saying, “The public will have a chance to see him out and about … with his parents a bit more in the next few months.”

A palace spokeswoman could not confirm the report.

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