Royal Family: Meghan and Harry returning back to UK for Five-day work visit


Duke and Duchess Prince Harry and Meghan returned to the UK for a five-day working visit to promote their charities and causes.

On Monday in Manchester, England, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped out in style, where Meghan gave the keynote speech at the commencement ceremony of the One Young World Summit.


Duchess Meghan looked stunning in her solid-coloured red outfit with red trousers, blouse, scarf and pumps, and her hair pulled back in a long ponytail. Harry, watching from the sidelines, wore a navy suit and tie.

During her speech, the former actress said it was good to be back in the UK.

Duchess recalled her experience for the first time at the event in 2014. “I was the girl from ‘Suits,’ and I was surrounded by world leaders, humanitarians, prime ministers and activists that I had such a deep and long-standing respect and admiration for,” she told the delegates. “And I was invited to pull up a seat at the table.”

Meghan added while looking at her husband, Prince Harry, “To meet again here in the UK, with him by my side, makes it all sense complete circle.”

Meanwhile, the relationship between the Sussexes and the royal family stays dicey. There have been no signs of getting back Harry and his brother and father and only a few joint arrivals.

And overlooking on the horizon is Harry’s “intimate and heartfelt” memoir, expected to be published by Penguin Random House by the end of the year.


Recently Duchess Meghan started her new Podcast on Spotify in which she said that she and her husband, Duke Harry are happy to leave the United Kingdom, as living there was very upsetting for them and their family’s hierarchy.

She added that her husband, Duke Harry, is happy to leave the United Kingdom, as living there was very upsetting for them and their family’s hierarchy.

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