Prince Harry jetted from Los Angeles to London on British Airways on Monday, just hours after receiving a call from King Charles disclosing a concerning cancer diagnosis.
After Shock Cancer Announcement, Prince Harry Takes British Airways To London To Be At Father’s Side
The Duke of Sussex left his Santa Barbara home on Monday and was driven to Los Angeles International Airport, where he was dropped off at PS LAX, formerly known as the Private Suite. This VIP terminal shelters guests from the public eye and includes chauffeur service directly to the aircraft at boarding time.
At approximately 6:00 PM, a delayed British Airways flight 280 to London Heathrow (LHR) commenced boarding. The flight departed at 6:48 PM with Prince Harry onboard. It is not clear what class of service the Duke of Sussex flew, but past commercial trips have included first class seating.
About 10 hours later, BA280 landed at London Heathrow Terminal 5, 13 minutes late at 12:43 PM. Two hours earlier, a black Land Rover had arrived at the VIP suite adjacent to T5 to wait for Prince Harry. That same vehicle was later pictured pulling up to Frogmore House, the London home of King Charles located about half a mile south of Windsor Castle.
The monarch, 74 years old, returned to London from Sandringham to begin outpatient treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer discovered during a routine prostate procedure.
For this journey, Harry’s wife Meghan and children Archie and Lilibet remained in Santa Barbara. It is not known how long he will stay or whether his visit will include a meeting with his estranged brother, William. The Prince of Wales has remained out of public eye for the last week after his wife Catherine, Princess of Wales, underwent abdominal surgery and spent 13 days in the London Clinic last month.
Live And Let’s Fly wishes King Charles a speedy recovery and return to public service.
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