Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have returned to the US after spending several days in the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee as it appears they were given several gifts for their children during their trip.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were photographed after travelling back home to California on a private jet on Sunday (June 5) with a scooter and wooden swing noticeable with the luggage.
Harry was snapped sitting in a black Range Rover as the luggage was removed from the aircraft.
A wooden swing was seen being carried out of the car, which caused royal fans to suggest it was a present from Prince Charles.
The Prince of Wales once presented a wooden swing to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s son Prince George.
The youngster was seen playing with it in 2016 and features the first names of his parents, William and Catherine.
Some royals fans believe the swing may have been given to Harry and Meghan’s son Archie.
They also speculated that the swing may have been up at the couple’s UK home of Frogmore Cottage.
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One Twitter user said: “They brought a wooden swing half-way across the world? Maybe Charles gifted it to them when A was born and they removed it from FC?”
Another one commented: “Swing is a gift from Charles, he gave those swings to everyone in the RF, and of course they got gifts.”
A third tweeted: “Charles gave George the swing. I suspect he also gave Archie one and it was at FC all this time and they removed it.”
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Staff members of the Sussexes were also spotted carrying boxes and a blue scooter.
Harry and Meghan recently celebrated the birthday of their daughter Lilibet, who turned one over the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations this weekend.
The couple released a photo of Lilibet at a picnic thrown for her at Frogmore Cottage but the family members who attended were not named.
A spokesman for the couple said Harry and Meghan thanked well-wishers, including some who made donations amounting to more than £79,000 in Lilibet’s honour to the World Central Kitchen, a not-for-profit organisation partnered with the couple’s Archewell foundation.
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