The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry arrived back in the United States of America after a brief return to the United Kingdom to attend his father’s coronation
Recall that Prince Harry arrived at London Heathrow on Friday morning for the event on Saturday. He arrived at the Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday morning.
The royal whose new book ‘Spare‘ hugely criticized his brother William and his father King Charles III, reportedly flew on commercial flights back to the US to spend the evening with his son Archie, who celebrated his fourth birthday on Saturday 6th May.
Prince Harry did not take part in the coronation procession back to Buckingham Palace following the service at Westminster Abbey, nor did he appear on the palace balcony.
According to a report by MailOnline today, Harry left the Abbey along with a Metropolitan Police escort and four outriders to go straight back to the airport. He spent 28 hours and 42 minutes in the U.K.
His wife, Meghan Markle remained at their home in America with both Archie and Lilibet during the coronation.
It is worth noting that its the first time the duke has been seen in public alongside other members of the royal family since he lambasted them in his memoir.
He sat in the third row during the coronation, two rows behind his brother, the heir to the throne.