PRINCE HARRY has reunited with his wife Meghan, and son Archie, after flying back to Canada following his final visit to the UK as a working royal.
According to a fellow passenger on Twitter, Prince Harry was seen travelling on a commercial flight, with his security team, to Victoria International Airport. The couple are both back with their son after completing their final engagements as senior working members of the Royal Family, earlier this week. Meghan flew back to Canada on Monday, shortly after the couple attended the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey.
This was the first time they stood alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, and the Queen in public since their shock announcement.
During they visit, the couple also attended the Endeavour Fund Awards, which honours the sporting achievements of sick and wounded military veterans.
They also hosted a leaving lunch for all of their staff and team, by taking them o the five-star Belgravia hotel, The Goring.
The five-star hotel is where the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, stayed the night before her wedding in 2011.
Meghan wore a chic, camel-coloured Alex Eagle coat and pearl-studded black heels by Aquazurra.
She radiated as she stepped out into the rain with her husband Harry.
As Meghan flew back to Archie, Harry remained in the UK for another 3 days for work, and even had meetings at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.
However, now Harry has returned to Canada, he is now able to start an entirely new life.
From 31 March, under an agreement with the Queen that will be reviewed in a year’s time, they will be free to pursue their own business interests.
However, the couple will now need to find their own source of income, as giving up royal engagements has cut off their sources of funding.
Harry and Meghan confirmed that they would be shutting down their Buckingham Palace office, which has resulted in a job loss for 15 members of staff.
The team were reportedly notified about the office closure in January, and while some have been offered a new role within the royal family, there were other redundancies.
One of the longest-serving members of the team, Marnie Gaffney, was asked to stay on in another role at the palace, but chose to move on after a decade of services for the royal family.
It is unclear what Harry and Meghan have planned for the future, especially after they have denied that they wish to start their own foundation and remained silent about Netflix’s expressed an interest in working with Meghan.
However, The Duke has made it clear he will still be following one of his royal duties, despite no longer being a working royal.
A statement on the royals’ website reads: “While per the agreement, The Duke will not perform any official duties associated with these roles, given his dedication to the military community and ten years of service he will of course continue his unwavering support to the military community in a non-official capacity.
“As founder of the Invictus Games, The Duke will proudly continue supporting the military community around the world through the Invictus Games Foundation and The Endeavour Fund.”
Buckingham Palace has also recently confirmed more details about the Duke of Sussex’s future military roles, adding: “The Duke of Sussex will retain the ranks of Major, Lieutenant Commander, and Squadron Leader.
“However, during this 12-month period The Duke’s honorary military positions will not be used.
“No new appointments will be made to fill these roles before the 12-month review of the new arrangements is completed.
“The Duke will not perform any official duties associated with these roles.”
The young family will now be enjoying the quiet life in a £14million luxury mansion on Vancouver Island, Canada.