Prince Harry is returning to the UK this week as he attends his first engagement since the queen’s official decision that he, and Meghan, would be losing their HRH titles and sovereign funds with their decision to step down as senior members of the royal family.
The engagement, which is set to take place on Wednesday, 26 February, is also one of his last as a working member of the royal family, as Harry and Meghan released an official statement last week outlining their new roles and the official day they’d be stepping down which will be on 31 March.
According to People, Harry is expected in Edinburgh, Scotland, for a working summit on his environmental tourism programme, Travelyst, which he launched in 2019. At the event, Harry will give a welcoming speech and work with members of the Scottish tourism and travel industry to further develop the initiative.
Later in the week, Harry is also expected at the Invictus Games Choir event on 28 February.
Last week the duke teased a collaboration with Jon Bon Jovi on Instagram when he shared a hilarious text conversation between the two.
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