Prince Harry's unusual behaviour on flight back from visit to see King Charles after cancer diagnosis
13.02.2024 - 17:33
Prince Harry raced back to the UK for a whistle-stop trip after the news of King Charles’ cancer diagnosis was made public last Monday night.
Harry jumped on a flight from LAX and was in London by Tuesday lunchtime following the announcement by Buckingham Palace.
The King is reported to have personally informed his youngest son of his health issue, as well as other senior members of the royal family including Prince William, Princess Anne and Prince Edward. Harry made the visit alone to the UK as wife Meghan Markle and kids Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet remained at home in California.
Harry’s concern for his father was obvious given the speed in which he flew to the UK but, as writes the Mirror, sources have since revealed that he was in good spirits on the flight back to his family across the Atlantic.
According to reports in People, as he flew home to the US, he was sociable with other flyers as well as airline staff, and he seemed to be cheery and smiley, despite having to catch two transatlantic flights.
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Harry will be travelling back to the UK in just a number of weeks after his rush back home to visit Charles.
However, his upcoming return back to England will not be to see the King again but to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games instead.
However, his visit for the Invictus Games anniversary will perhaps present him with another promising opportunity to patch up his relationship with the Royal Family during this difficult period for the Firm.
Prince Harry is tipped to travel back in May for the 10th birthday of the Invictus Games, which he founded in 2014, with celebrations due to take