On Friday, June 9, Prince Harry cheerfully posed for a photo with a flight attendant as he made his way back to his family in California. He also left a thoughtful gift.
Harry appeared happy in the Instagram photo, which American Airlines employee Holden posted. Harry was dressed casually in a black t-shirt and black pants.
In addition, he disclosed that Harry had left him a copy of Spare, his autobiography. Holden posted a photo of the book and the caption, “Just found this in my luggage that a passenger gave to me,” next to his seat.
The Duke returned to the United States and was welcomed home by his wife Meghan Markle, their two children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, who had been living at their Montecito home while he was away in London testifying in court.
The father of two is suing Mirror Group Newspapers on the grounds that they illegally obtained information about him in order to write stories, according to the lawsuit the father-of-two filed.
On the witness stand, Harry discussed his upbringing in the royal family and in the spotlight, saying, “As a child, every single one of these articles played an important and destructive role in my growing up.”
After discussing payments made to private investigators used to gather information on him, he continued, “I now realize that my acute paranoia of being constantly under surveillance was not misplaced after all.” The Duke claims that the breakdown of his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy was partially caused by the press.
It was extremely upsetting for him at the time that she ultimately decided that a life as a royal was not for her because of these factors, he admitted. The royal added, “The press has misled me my entire life and covered up the wrongdoing. I’m not sure what to say given that I’m in court, where the defense has the evidence in front of them, and Mr. Green implies that I’m speculating.
After two days and roughly eight hours of questioning, the Duke was finally allowed to leave the dock at 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday.
During his trip to the UK, both Prince William and his brother Prince Charles were in London; it is unknown if Harry ran into either of them.
He might have taken the chance to meet Princess Eugenie’s infant son Ernest, the newest member of the royal family.