Sky News footage shows the Duke of Sussex disembarking an aircraft in Vancouver before being hurriedly whisked off in a black SUV on Monday evening local time.
Prince Harry has arrived in Canada to join Meghan and son Archie, after agreeing a deal to step back as senior royals.— Sky News (@SkyNews) January 21, 2020
The Duke of Sussex had earlier attended the UK-Africa investment summit in London, where he met with the prime minister.
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The Daily Mail reported the Prince continued on to Vancouver Island on a WestJet flight, arriving at Victoria Airport around 9:45 pm local time.
Harry was spotted at the North American airport after boarding a flight out of the UK following his final royal outing on Monday afternoon.
The Duke’s final appearance was to meet British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London on Monday, however, he didn’t stick around for the evening festivities, spotted boarding the international flight in the evening.
Harry presumably reunited with wife Meghan and son Archie on the island where the duo waited out the bulk of the ‘Megxit’ fallout.
The pair decided to kick off the first part of their transition from senior royals in the removed location, after spending Christmas holidaying in the country.
Meghan and Archie waiting
Meghan returned to Canada just days after the pair dropped their shock announcement, and has since been spotted out and about with baby Archie in tow while Harry hashed out an agreement with senior royals.
It was officially confirmed this week that Harry and Meghan Markle are completely stepping away from royal life, to instead embark on an independent future where they will pay their own way, free of taxpayer funding.
Now, plenty of people are wondering what will be next for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
They will no longer use their ‘Royal Highness’ titles, the palace said in an announcement that sought to end the turmoil sparked when the couple announced they wanted to reduce their official duties and spend more time in North America.
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