That was a short visit: Prince Harry (38) after the coronation of his father King Charles III. (74) quickly make their way back to California. As the British "Daily Mail" and "Page Six", the gossip department of the tabloid "New York Post", report, Duchess Meghan's husband (41) was sighted less than an hour after the end of the coronation ceremony at Heathrow Airport.
As announced, Prince Harry has not previously appeared with the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. He was only present at the coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey and sat in the third instead of the presumed tenth row next to his cousins. There is a special reason why it was a flying visit to London: Prince Harry wants to celebrate his son Archie's fourth birthday, which also takes place on May 6th, in California.
A source told British tabloid The Sun ahead of the coronation ceremony that Harry would be "travelling in and out of the UK within 24 hours". The newspaper speculated that the Duke of Sussex could be back on the air just two hours after the 1pm ceremony ended. After a flight of about ten hours, he would be in the USA by early evening local time.
As the US magazine "People" previously reported, Duchess Meghan, who has not traveled to London, is planning a small party for her son in the home villa in Montecito, California. Sister Lilibet (1), Meghan's mother Doria Ragland (66) and some friends are said to be there to make Archie have a good time.