HARRY has rushed back to be by the side of pregnant wife Meghan in America following Prince Philip’s funeral – missing the Queen’s 95th birthday.
The Duke of Sussex, 36, flew to Los Angeles on an American Airlines flight from London, which arrived at LAX shortly after 1.30pm local time on Tuesday.
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His black 4×4 was seen leaving the airport’s private terminal minutes after the plane landed and was spotted again arriving in Montecito at around 4pm.
The royal’s return to America means he missed the Queen’s 95th birthday today – following a summit at Frogmore Cottage with Prince William, Kate and Prince Charles.
He had two-hour peace talks with his elder brother and father, after the funeral of Philip on Saturday.
Harry flew into the UK on an American Airlines flight just over a week ago and spent most of his trip in quarantine at Windsor’s Frogmore Cottage.
He will now begin a second ten-day quarantine in the US with wife Meghan, who is expecting the couple’s second child, a baby girl, in the summer.
American guidelines recommend travellers get a Covid-19 test prior to departure and self-isolate for 10 days after they return.
Meghan, 39, was advised by her doctors not to travel to Britain for Philip’s funeral on Saturday.
It marked the first time Harry had seen his family since the explosive Oprah interview.
He paid tribute to his grandfather, saying he was “a man of service, honour and great humour” and also the “legend of banter”.