Britain's Prince Harry starts final leg of Australian tour

Britain's Prince Harry has started the final leg of his Australian tour and can't wait to return the UK to meet his niece, the Princess of Cambridge.



Britain's Prince Harry has started the final leg of his Australian tour.

The 30-year-old royal - who has been enjoying a month-long army placement down under - headed to Sydney last night (04.05.15) after staying with the Australian Special Air Service at the Campbell Barracks in Perth, where he was seen training with the country's SAS soldiers.

The prince was also spotted enjoying an Australian football league match at Perth's Domain Stadium on Saturday (02.05.15) the same day his brother Prince William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their second child, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.

According to The ABC, the royal also spent a couple of nights out on the town, visiting The Stables Bar and enjoying a meal at the Flipside restaurant in North Fremantle, where he ordered the Queen Victoria Burger.

While Harry has clearly enjoyed his trip he has also confessed he "can't wait" to get home to the UK and meet his "beautiful" niece.

He said: "She is absolutely beautiful. I can't wait to meet her."

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