Buckingham Palace Just Announced Prince Harry's Next Royal Visit, and It's Coming Up So Fast

Ciao, Harry, and arrivederci, Archie! 

It's been just over a week since we welcomed little baby Archie into the world, but it seems new dad Prince Harry is planning on passing up paternity leave for the foreseeable future, and jetting off to Italy for a few days of sports. 

Juggling his parenting duties with his royal engagements, Prince Harry will travel to Rome in two weeks for the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup, Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday. On May 24, the Duke of Sussex will travel to Rome to play polo for the Sentebale St. Regis team against a U.S. Polo Association team, according to royal correspondent Rebecca English.

Sentebale, the nonprofit that provides support for children suffering from AIDS that Harry began back in 2006 and for which he is patron, holds the polo match for charity every year. At last year's charity polo match in Berkshire, Meghan Markle made a surprise appearance in a Carolina Herrera denim shirtdress and presented the trophy to her new husband with a kiss on the lips (in public!).

The news comes a week after Markle and Prince Harry introduced the world to their newborn son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. By the time Harry leaves for Rome, the little royal baby will be nearly 3 weeks old.

Mamma mia! We better enjoy his baby moments, because Archie's going to be old enough for the Italian vino before we can say "buon viaggio!"

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