Prince Harry laid a wreath at a war memorial in Australia's capital Canberra on Monday at the start of a four-week assignment with the armed forces. Harry arrived in Sydney and flew to Canberra, where he visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and toured the War Memorial, broadcaster ABC said.

A crowd of hundreds greeted the prince in the capital, the report said.

The army last week said Captain Harry Wales will embed with a number of units and regiments in Sydney, Darwin and Perth for "a challenging program" that includes urban and field training exercises and domestic deployments. The second son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana is due to conclude a 10-year career in the British military in June. Harry is expected to visit New Zealand after his Australian attachment.

Baby No. 2 for Jenna Bush Hager

Jenna Bush Hager is pregnant with her second child, she told NBC's "Today" on Monday. The former first daughter and her husband, Henry Hager, are already parents to daughter Mila, who turns 2 on April 13. She married Henry on May 10, 2008, at her parents' Prairie Chapel Ranch near Crawford, Texas. This will be the second grandchild for Jenna's parents, former President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush. Bush Hager, who will be taking a break from her new role as Today's "adventure correspondent," gushed to People magazine about her second daughter due in August: "We're so excited. I'm ready to tell the world!"

speaking out: Bruce Jenner's long-awaited interview with Diane Sawyer will air on April 24, ABC announced Monday. Sawyer interviewed Jenner about the time his decision became public that he would transition to being a woman. The interview will air as a two-hour special.

– for now: Taraji P. Henson is heading back to CBS' "Person of Interest" — despite having been killed off in a shocking twist in the third season. The "Empire" star will return in a flashback episode that airs April 14.

recovering: Actor Daniel Craig reportedly underwent arthroscopic knee surgery after suffering an injury while filming the James Bond film, "Spectre." Craig, 47, had the procedure over Easter, BBC News said. He reportedly sprained his knee in February.

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