The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were under the watchful eye of royal fans all weekend as they first appeared in public alongside the Cambridges after ‘Megxit’
It was another quick ‘Megxit’ for Sussexes believed to have completed a 10,000-mile round trip back to their home in Los Angeles an hour before members of the royal family last showed up during the four-day event.
As the election began on Sunday (June 5th), the couple with their two children, Archie, three, and Lillibet, once, have already left Frogmore Cottage before getting off the runway at Farnborough Airport at 1:30 p.m., The sun reports.
It comes as experts have argued Harry struggled to accept his new “second-tier royal role,” and pointed out by royal admirers Meghan’s “obvious” insult to Kate Middleton.
The couple withdrew from their royal roles and revealed their difficult relationship with Harry’s family in an unprecedented interview with Oprah in March last year.
This weekend, they made their first public appearance with the Cambridge family after moving to the United States.
But their absence from parts of the jubilee celebrations did not go unnoticed.
Prince Harry was spotted looking unimpressed as he sat on the side of the celebration he was attending.
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On Friday at the Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral, the couple sat in a row behind and a few feet from the heirs of Prince Charles and Prince William.
Royal Eagle Eye fans also pointed out that Meghan could be seen “turning away” from the Duchess of Cornwall when she arrived at the cathedral.
The duchesses never met face to face during the celebration – but the couple left nothing to chance and hurried away before the queen even appeared.
The monarch surprised those gathered on Sunday and waved to them before giving a speech closing the incredible four-day spectacle.
The insider said The sun: “There was no pomp, they just left.
“They did not dwell on the choice for the platinum jubilee, which is a celebration of Britain and all its eccentricities and eccentricities during the Queen’s 70-year rule.”
It is estimated that their trip cost around 160,000 pounds – but it is not clear who paid the bill.
After flying in a private plane from Santa Barbara on Wednesday, the Sussex gathered in the back of a darkened VW carrier.
The Queen’s Land Rover and bodyguards gave them a modest escort while they were in the UK.