- Prince Harry reportedly jetted back to the United Kingdom on Sunday afternoon
- The Duke of Sussex was spotted alighting a British Airways flight from Los Angeles at Heathrow Airport
- The father of one with another one the way was met police cars and security staff waiting for him before he was transported elsewhere
- Prince Philips's funeral will be held at Windsor Castle on Saturday, 17 April
About a year spent away from his home country, the Duke of Sussex finally made the 8 690-kilometre journey back home from the US.
This is no annual visit as Prince Harry is back home specifically for his grandfather's funeral, the late Prince Phillip. According to The Sun, Harry was spotted alighting a British Airways flight from Los Angeles at Heathrow Airport on Sunday, 12 April.
The 36-year-old is reported to have met police cars and security staff waiting for his arrival, put in a black Range Rover and left for the palace.
The Sun claimed he might have been taken to Kensington Palace to stay at Nottingham Cottage, the same home he occupied with Meghan Markle when they were still in the UK.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Meghan was set to miss the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral. According to the couple, Meghan is pregnant and will stay away from the royal ceremony on her doctor's advice against flying.
This will be Harry's first reunion with his people since their interview with Oprah Winfrey, which went viral and negatively painted some of the royals.
However, this will not be a time to form any feud as the family says goodbye to a man that has served his country nearly all his life.
In other news, Briefly News previously reported that social media users were recently blown away after the royal family's photographer, Chris Jackson, headed to his Instagram page to share a snap of a magazine cover that featured a much young Prince Philip.
"I was reminded today of this incredible vintage @parismatch_magazine from 1957 I acquired a few years ago. I was blown away the minute I spotted it. It always reminds me of the unique, historic reference points that Royal photography provides."
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