Prince Harry’s car has been spotted heading to the airport the day after he unveiled a statue of the late Princess Diana with his brother William.
The dad-of-two has started his journey back to California to reunite with Meghan Markle and their children, two-year-old Archie and newborn Lilibet.
A black Volkswagen Caravelle was driven from Frogmore Cottage and onto the tarmac of Terminal 5 at London’s Heathrow Airport.
The vehicle formed part of a convoy which included a police escort, in pictures seen on MailOnline.
Earlier in the week, the Duke of Sussex carried out his amber list quarantine at his former Windsor home.
Later, he was released on day five after receiving a negative Covid test.
Prince Harry had flown to the UK to unveil a statue of their beloved mother on what would have been her 60th birthday on Thursday.
The unveiling of the highly anticipated statue in her memory in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace took place almost four years later than planned .
The bronze made by Ian Rank-Broadley shows Diana with her arms around two children with another little boy following behind.
Royal fans have been flocking to get a glimpse of the statue which is surrounded by thousands of Diana’s favourite flowers including forget-me-nots.
Among celebs including Ed Sheeran, the Duke of Sussex made a sweet revelation about his newborn daughter Lilibet Diana at a charity event.
Proud dad Harry gushed over newborn Lilibet Diana as he cheekily quipped Archie was “running around like crazy”.
Speaking candidly, the Duke of Sussex admitted having two children is a juggle in discussion with Ed Sheeran.
“Two is definitely a juggle,” he said.
Ed had told Harry: “Congratulations, a girl right? We just had a little girl ten months ago now. You’re still in the trenches now! How do you manage with two?”
According to Hello Magazine, Harry later told a guest of his kids: “We’ve been lucky so far, she’s very chilled and seems happy to just sit there while Archie is running around like crazy.”
At the event, Harry took the time to delight kids, who have serious illnesses, with his appearance at the WellChild Awards, a charity of which he has been a patron since 2007.
The WellChild event celebrates inspirational youngsters living with serious illnesses, a charity which is close to Harry’s heart.