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Prince Harry Has Already Left the U.K.

And sources confirmed he didn't see his brother during the 24-hour trip.

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After less than 24 hours in his home country of England, Prince Harry is already on his way back to California. People, per The Sun, reports that the Duke of Sussex was seen at Heathrow airport again on Wednesday. Harry's schedule while he was in London seemed pretty pared-down. He saw his father for about 45 minutes — and that's all. No other appointments or engagements have been shared with the public yet.

Harry flew to the U.K. from Los Angeles on Monday after news of his father's cancer diagnosis broke. Charles and Harry had a meeting at Clarence House before the king was airlifted to Sandringham via helicopter. The father-son moment was the first interaction that the two have had since Charles's coronation in May 2023, People adds.

"That is good," a source close to the royal family told the magazine, adding that Charles would also love to see his grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet, as soon as possible. “Hopefully [Harry] will bring the grandchildren at some point too, as that would be lovely for all of them."

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Related: Prince Harry and King Charles Reportedly Met for a Surprisingly Short Period of Time

It's also unclear where Harry stayed overnight, since he and his wife, Meghan Markle, were "requested to vacate” Frogmore Cottage in March 2023, after they decided to step away from being senior members of the royal family. They previously lived at the Cottage, which is in Windsor. Harry made the same 5,400-mile trip from California to London to attend his father's coronation — and that time, he also only stayed for a brief period of time.

Sources also told People that Harry didn't have a meeting with his brother, William, who stepped in for Charles for the first time today as he recovers. William was in charge of investitures at Windsor Castle on behalf of his father on Wednesday morning. During the ceremony, he presented medals to former soccer player Ellen White and brigadier Tobias Lambert, who was officially made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE). 

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