Prince Harry has arrived in London without his heavily-pregnant wife Meghan Markle ahead of Prince Philip’s funeral.
This is the Duke of Sussex’s first visit to Britain since quitting royal duties and the couple’s bombshell Oprah interview.
The Duke of Sussex was reportedly seen leaving his California home on Saturday night, April 10, in a black Cadillac Escalade to board an early-hours flight from LA, and disembarking a BA plane at Heathrow airport around 10 hours later on Sunday, April 11.
Harry was met by security off the plane and put into a black Range Rover, before he was reportedly driven to Kensington Palace.
It is thought he will be quarantining at Nottingham Cottage, where he proposed to Meghan in 2017, because his official home under the Megxit deal, Frogmore Cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle, has been handed to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, who had their first child in February.
Harry can leave quarantine after five days rather than 10 if he provides a negative coronavirus test under the Government’s Test to Release scheme. However, he will be allowed to attend Philip’s funeral regardless, as official guidelines state those coming in from abroad can leave isolation “on compassionate grounds”.