Prince Harry 'will return to US two hours after Coronation ends for Archie's birthday'

Prince Harry 'will return to US two hours after Coronation ends for Archie's birthday'

Prince Harry could jet back to California just two hours after the King’s Coronation has concluded, according to reports.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, is making a whistle-stop trip to see his father crowned in Westminster Abbey on May 6, while his wife Meghan stays in the United States with their children.

The Sun reports that Harry will dash back to the US straight after the ceremony so he arrives home in time for his son Archie’s fourth birthday.

A source is alleged to have told the newspaper: “Harry will be in and out of the UK in 24 hours. He will only be doing the Coronation service then leaving.”

The ceremony begins at 11am and ends at 1pm so Harry could be in the air by 3pm, the paper claims.

Archie’s party guests at his parents’ Montecito mansion in California will include his gran Doria Ragland, US mag People reports. A source close to the couple said: “Meghan will definitely have support that weekend.”

Archie’s birthday is reportedly one of the reasons the Duchess of Sussex has chosen not to attend the celebrations at Westminster Abbey.

It comes after the former Suits star signed with a major Hollywood talent agency that boasts her friend tennis star Serena Williams, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as clients.

According to Variety magazine, Meghan, 41, has joined William Morris Endeavor (WME).

The company, which also works with model Miranda Kerr and actors Dove Cameron and Brett Goldstein, will represent Archewell, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s “content creation label”.

WME will reportedly work with Meghan on film and television production rather than relaunching her acting career. She starred as Rachel Zane in Suits before marrying into the royal family.