Prince Harry wastes no time flying back to US after King Charles’ coronation


Prince Harry has left London less than an hour after his father King Charles III’s coronation ceremony ended Saturday, EsB gathered.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, rushed back to California in order to make it home in time for his son Prince Archie’s 4th birthday.

Harry was in the UK for just over 24 hours, as he had just arrived on a commercial flight Friday while the Saturday ceremony at Westminster Abbey began at 11am and went on for about two hours

According to Page Six, the renegade royal spent the night at Frogmore Cottage — the property Charles kicked him and Meghan Markle out of earlier this year in order to gift it to Prince Andrew.

Despite ongoing family tensions, Harry attended Charles’ ceremony in what seemed to be an olive branch to his fellow royals.

He was seated in the third row of the pews at Westminster Abbey, where the coronation was held, alongside Princess Eugenie’s husband, Jack Brooksbank, and the late Queen Elizabeth II’s cousin Princess Alexandra.

The front row was reserved for working royals only, including Prince William and Kate Middleton.

While the Duke headed back to the United States, other royals, including Queen Camilla, joined Charles on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

In California, Harry will reunite with Markle, 41, who chose not to attend the coronation and stayed in Montecito with Archie and 1-year-old daughter Princess Lilibet instead.

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