Meghan Markle & Prince Harry leave the UK to return to children  after queen’s funeral

The two were observed being escorted in a black SUV from the Los Angeles International Airport

Following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle, 41, and Prince Harry, 38, have come back to the United States. Although they were not visible, their black Lincoln SUV was observed leaving Los Angeles International Airport in pictures. The parents of two boarded a British Airways flight from London’s Heathrow Airport on Tuesday, September 20, without their children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, who have been separated from them since they initially left the US.

The couple lives in Montecito with their two young children, Lilibet, 1, and Archie, 3, who stayed behind with Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland.

After infamously stepping down from their royal duties in 2020, Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, moved to the coastal city.

The Sussexes allegedly took a British Airways flight out of Heathrow on Tuesday.

During their recent visit to England, where they met up with Prince William and Kate Middleton, the elder brother of Harry, all eyes were on the couple.

The Fab Four interacted in a strained manner, exchanging cold looks in public and reserving separate seats at the late Queen’s royal funeral on Monday.

The pair was not seen getting off the plane, but were shuttled away from LAX in a black SUV.

According to body language expert and author Judi James, who spoke exclusively to Page Six, Markle looked to offer her husband “quiet support” during the entire ordeal.

The “Archetypes” podcast host’s body language during the funeral was best described as “understated,” according to the speaker.

On September 13, as Queen Elizabeth’s coffin arrived at Buckingham Palace after leaving the RAF Northolt Airforce Station in Ruislip, London, Meghan and Harry were next seen waiting in a black car. When the two held hands in public while leaving the Palace of Westminster following a service for the queen, they violated royal decorum and attracted attention. Last but not least, they attended the queen’s burial on September 19 and then entered a period of private grief.

Their return home may come as a shock to some, as it was reported that Meghan had requested a solo meeting with King Charles III, 73, in the days leading up to the funeral in an effort to “clear the air, pull the rights from wrongs, and explain some of the rationale behind what they’ve been doing over the last two years.” With such a hasty exit, it does not appear that the meeting took place.

Meghan and Harry ventured out with Sovereign William, 40, and Kate Middleton, 40, outside Windsor Palace on Sept. 10 to notice remembrances left at the regal home by fans as well as welcome grievers who arranged to offer their appreciation. William, whose title is presently the Ruler of Grains, “welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to go along with him and the Princess of Ridges” for the public trip, as per an assertion from Buckingham Castle. Albeit the foursome has not totally fixed up their stressed relationship, the joint walkabout permitted them to show a unified front as they respected the sovereign’s life. Besides, Meghan and Kate both broke illustrious convention by embracing fans outside the palace.

Meghan and Harry were next captured holding up in a dark vehicle on Sept. 13 to get Sovereign Elizabeth’s casket as it showed up at Buckingham Castle subsequent to leaving the RAF Northolt Airforce Station in Ruislip, London. The pair then, at that point, blew some people’s minds when they broke illustrious convention by holding each other’s hand in broad daylight as they left the Royal residence of Westminster after a help for the sovereign. Lastly, they offered their appreciation at the sovereign’s memorial service on Sept. 19, after which the family went into a time of private grieving.

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