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Prince William to `miss` baby girl’s first Easter

Britain's Prince William visits Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Lympne, southern England June 6, 2012. Prince William met staff and rhinos involved in a translocation project, aiming to translocate three captive-born black rhino to Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania in order to rejuvenate numbers of the animal in the area. Photograph taken on June 6, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ROYALS)

Washington: Prince William, who is taking a private trip to Kenya, will be missing the first Easter morning of his 10-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte.

Kensington Palace said in a statement that the 33-year-old Duke of Cambridge is taking a private trip to Kenya over the holiday weekend and will remain in the country until Easter Sunday, adding he will meet with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and observe conservation and anti-poaching initiatives taking place in Kenya, which are supported by Tusk Trust, a charity of which he is a Royal Patron, E! Online reports.

During his visit, the Duke of Cambridge will also meet with a team of rangers at Lewa Conservancy, co-founded by Ian Craig, to learn about their work protecting rhinos from poaching.

It is not yet known when the Prince is set to depart for Kenya and if he will make it back home in time to spend part of Easter Sunday with his wife Kate Middleton and kids.

During Easter 2014, Prince George had visited Sydney Zoo during a royal trip to Australia. (ANI)