He Prince Harry arrived from the United States and landed at Heathrow airport in London, but his wife Meghan and their two young childrenArchie and Lilibet stayed in California.
Harry traveled to meet his father, King Charles III, who was diagnosed with cancer.
A motorcade carrying Harry arrives at Clarence House. Photo: AP
According to Mail online, Harry immediately moved to Clarence House where the king resides until his treatment. And he showed an image of the prince aboard a car arriving at the place.
“Prince Harry was seen today arriving at Clarence House to visit King Charles following his shocking cancer diagnosis,” the Mail writes on Tuesday.
And it adds that “the Duke of Sussex was seen sitting in the back of a Land Rover that was part of a convoy of cars arriving at the royal residence (located) next to Buckingham Palace.”
On a British flight
According to the tabloid, the Duke of Sussex is believed to have landed on a British Airways flight bound for London Heathrow, but Meghan, Archie and Lilibet stayed at their home in California.
Harry boarded the 11-hour flight hours after King Charles III revealed he was ill. Photo: Daniel Leal/ AFP/ file
Harry boarded the 11-hour flight hours after King Charles III revealed he was ill.
Meghan, in the middle of the floods
The Duchess of Sussex is believed to be at her Montecito mansion with her two children, Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two, despite the threat of flooding due to extreme weather in California this week.
Harry's transatlantic career has raised hopes that his return to Britain serve to heal the wounds with King Charles and a chance to get closer to her brother, Prince William.
The Duchess of Sussex is believed to be at her Montecito mansion with her two children. Photo: AP
The king is resting at his Clarence House residence, next to Buckingham Palace, before treatment.
This Tuesday Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were seen leaving after a morning visit.
It is not known if Harry will stay in central London to be close to the King or will stay in Windsor, most likely in the empty Frogmore Cottage.
Experts have said they expect Harry's trip to Britain be the “sign of a truce” and that the “good news” of a healing rift in the Royal Family may come from the “bad news” about the King's health.
With information from the online Mail