PRINCE Harry today waved to the public as he was spotted leaving Buckingham Palace.
The Duke of Sussex was briefly glimpsed in London this afternoon after he returned to the UK following his dramatic quitting of the Royal Family and moving to Canada.
Prince Harry has already conducted two engagements since returning to the UK, but wife Meghan Markle is yet to be seen.
The former actress is expected to return to Britain within hours, attending the Endeavour Fund awards in the capital tomorrow night.
However, it is unclear if the new parents will bring Archie with them, or if the nine-month-old will stay in Canada.
The couple had sent shockwaves through Britain when they announced they were quitting the Royal Family in January – saying they wanted to become "financially independent".
And they will conduct their last engagements as royals over the following days before returning to North America having settled on April 1 as the final Megxit date.
The Sun revealed this week that Prince Harry, 35, used his return to the UK to sit down with his grandmother the Queen for a heart-to-heart talk about his future.
The 93-year-monarch assured her grandson he would be welcomed back if they ever decide to rejoin the royals.
And insiders said Prince Harry was feeling "emotional" as he approached his final round of royal engagements.
Writing for Vanity Fair, royal author Katie Nicholl revealed that one of Harry’s oldest friends told her it would be, in many ways, a difficult departure for the prince.
Speaking to Nicholl, he said: “I think in many ways it’s bittersweet.
“He’s always wanted to have a regular life and to get away from the spotlight, and that’s what he’s doing, but it basically means walking away from his family.
“Harry’s a loving loyal guy so that will be very hard for him.”
At his first engagement back in the UK, the duke insisted "just call me Harry" as he appeared at an eco-tourism conference in Scotland.
Harry's final engagement will take place next week when he and Meghan will attend the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey before heading back to Canada to start their new, "financially independent" life.
Part of the Megxit deal means Harry and Meghan won't be using the term Royal, meaning they will have to rename their SussexRoyal website and Instagram account.
However, Harry will remain sixth-in-line to the throne and retain his HRH status – although he won't use it.
He must also ditch his honorary military positions for at least 12 months before the Queen reviews the deal.
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