After leaving the royal family in 2020 as a senior member, Prince Harry moved to the United States with his family and established himself there.
Harry hasn’t forgotten about his life in the UK, even though he is now “settled” in California with his wife, Meghan Markle, and their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.
Harry “does miss home” despite his contented new life at their $14 million home in Montecito, claims Meghan’s friend and makeup artist Daniel Martin.
Harry is firmly rooted in California and has undoubtedly found his vibe. However, Daniel told People, “He does miss his home.
When Harry travels back to the UK to witness the King’s coronation next month, he will experience a taste of his previous life. Last week, Buckingham Palace finally made the announcement official, confirming that Harry will attend his father’s big day without Meghan and their kids.
“Buckingham Palace is pleased to confirm that the Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey on May 6,” the palace said in a statement. Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet will stay in California with the Duchess of Sussex.
The charitable organization Harry and Meghan run, Archewell, released a nearly identical statement to the Palace assuring the duke will attend the coronation.
On May 6, the day of Archie’s fourth birthday, the coronation will take place at Westminster Abbey.
During the quick trip, Prince Harry, 38, is most likely to stay at his and Meghan’s UK home, Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor. Harry has many fond memories of the place because it was where he and Meghan first settled Prince Archie into the world.
Since King Charles III had previously asked them to leave the property, it will likely be the royal’s last stay as he is anticipated to leave this summer.
It is unknown whether the King’s son will participate in the coronation or will just be present. “I’d be surprised if he had a specific role,” said Emily Nash, royal editor for HELLO!, “but I think he will attend the ceremony like other members of the royal family without necessarily taking part.”