The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Queen in Windsor on Thursday, marking the first time both have returned to the UK since they stepped back from royal duties two years ago.
The couple are also understood to have seen the Prince of Wales.
The visit marks the first time Prince Harry has seen his grandmother since the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral last April and the first time Meghan has seen her since they left the UK in March 2020, and since their damaging Oprah Winfrey interview in which they made a series of claims about racism and neglect.
The Duke accused Prince Charles of failing to support him and of cutting him off financially, causing a severe rift between the pair.
They are understood to have spoken rarely over the last two years.
Visit made en route to The Hague
It is not known if they saw the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during the whistle stop visit, which was made en route to The Hague, where the couple will attend the Invictus Games.
A spokesperson for the Duke confirmed that they had visited the Queen en route to the Netherlands, as they “previously said he hoped to do.”
It is not known whether the Sussexes flew commercially or by private jet.
They are said to have arrived on Wednesday and stayed at Frogmore Cottage, the home they have kept in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Their children, Archie and Lilibet, are not with them.
It comes after the Queen pulled out of both the Maundy Thursday church service and the traditional Easter Sunday…