Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ditch gas-guzzling private jets for commercial flight as they return to Canada


HARRY and Meghan have ditched the private jet as they were pictured stepping off a commercial plane following a business trip to the US.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex – who have handed back their HRH titles- returned to together Canada for Valentines Day.

Harry and Meghan could have been plain old Mr and Mrs Sussex as they carried their bags off a commercial flight

The couple were all smiles as they landed in Canada after a trip to the US

The eco-friendly pair have been blasted for using private jets – which create seven times the normal amount of carbon emissions.

But Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, were all smiles photographed stepping off a commercial jet in Victoria, in Canada, on Friday.

They had flown back from a two-day business trip to California in a bid to find new work after quitting as royals.

An onlooker said: “From their happy faces they had a successful time in California but glad to be back.”


The couple carried their own hand luggage as they were led off the plane by their close protection officers.

The pair – holed up in a $14million Vancouver mansion – have quit royal duty to bring up baby Archie in North America but need to find new jobs to fund their lifestyle.

Ten days ago Harry gave a keynote speech at a JP Morgan summit in Miami.

The couple did not reveal if they were paid.

They stayed at Serena Williams’ home on Palm Beach before heading to Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, on Tuesday.

The couple are said to have attended “brainstorming sessions” with “professors and academics” helping them creation of their new charitable organisation.

Last week it emerged they have sacked all 15 staff in UK and will be recruiting a new team based in North America.

Harry and Meghan have stepped back from royal duties to become ‘financially independent’ and bring up baby Archie in North America

Now they’re on the hunt for new jobs to fund their lifestyle – recently they have been in talks with staff at Stanford University about starting a charity