The duke is expected to attend an event in Edinburgh.
- A source confirms that Prince Harry has landed in London ahead of a scheduled meeting with sustainable tourism company Travalyst.
- The Duke of Sussex flew solo into Heathrow Airport earlier this afternoon and opted for a train ride from London to Edinburgh.
- Tomorrow’s Travalyst coalition marks the beginning of Harry’s final round of royal obligations before he and Duchess Meghan’s official transition into post-royal life, beginning April 1.
Prince Harry has returned to London.
A source confirms that the Duke of Sussex is back on U.K. soil ahead of his last round of remaining formal duties before he and Duchess Meghan’s official transition into post-royal life goes into effect in April.
The duke reportedly flew into London—sans Meghan—ahead of his coalition summit in Edinburgh with sustainable tourism company Travalyst tomorrow. Harry opted for a more carbon-conscious route for the journey from Heathrow to Edinburgh, deciding to take the train.
Travalyst is a company that very much aligns with Harry and Meghan’s public values on sustainability and caring for the environment. The organization is described as a corporation that works to “mobilize the tourism and travel industry for social good,” per a press release from Buckingham Palace.
The meeting with Travalyst marks the first of a handful of remaining royal obligations for the duke before he and Meghan’s official exit from royal life come spring. Beyond the Travalyst event, Harry is expected to make an appearance at the legendary Abbey Road Studios for a recording session with Jon Bon Jovi to benefit the Invictus Games Foundation, as well as join the rest of the royal family and his wife for Commonwealth Day on March 9.