Buckingham Palace announced an update to Prince Harry's scheduled Netherlands trip days before Baby Sussex's arrival.
The baby boy, born on May 6, whom Harry announced was doing "incredibly well," may throw a tiny wrench in the new father's plans to travel to the Hague this week.
On Wednesday, May 1, it was originally announced that the expecting father would take a two-day royal trip this week…and we were so confused about the timing of Baby Sussex's birth (and had the tiniest suspicion that the royal baby had already been born—but, boy, were we wrong). Then, on Thursday, May 2, Buckingham Palace responded to rumors that Baby Sussex had already arrived when they issued a statement to Entertainment Tonight Canada saying the baby had not been born yet, and that the media would be notified as soon as the duchess went into labor (and...yeah, that didn't really happen).
According to the original announcement from the Royal Communications office, posted to Twitter by royal reporter Emily Nash, Harry's visit would have taken place on May 8 and 9. Now, sources have confirmed to People that the duke will only be gone one day, May 9.