Prince Harry, Prince Charles

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Prince Harry and Prince Charles aren't worried about the arrival of royal baby No. 2 as they are busy with their official business in Turkey.

Harry, who is taking a break from his military duties in Australia, met up with his dad in Turkey to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign during World War I. Looking very handsome in their military uniforms, the two royals boarded the H.M.S. Bulwark in Turkey's Dardanelles straits, where they met with people who fought during the campaign.

Charles also laid wreaths at a memorial for the fallen Turkish soldiers and listened to a recitation from the Muslim holy book in addition to hearing prayers for peace. The ceremonies will continue to a British memorial site where Harry was scheduled to deliver a speech.

The father-son duo have a packed trip, as they are also set to meet with the prime ministers of Australia and New Zealand for more ceremonies and events. With these jam-packed schedules, how will they have time to meet Prince William and Kate Middleton's second child? He or she is due any day now! 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, Prince William

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It turns out the 66-year-old royal grandpa and Harry are slated to be in town April 26, which betters believe is the day the Duchess of Cambridge will go into labor.

The royals don't seem to be too concerned with the baby's arrival, as the future tot's dad is also set to attend a commemorative event on Saturday despite being on paternity leave.

William is expected to join grandparents Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at a wreath-laying ceremony at the Centenary in Whitehall to commemorate Anzac Day and the 100th anniversary of the World War I Gallipoli Campaign, a battle that began in April 1915 and lasted for eight months.

Hear that, royal baby? You better not arrive before Sunday!

But should he/she decide to arrive, we're just going to guess that the Queen will handle it while Wills meets his wife by her bedside! There isn't official word, however, as to what would actually happen in that event.  

Don't miss a new episode of The Royals, Sunday at 10 p.m. on E!

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