Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have arrived in the UK for their second visit of the summer and kicked off an unofficial game of "royal hide and seek" with other members of The Firm.
Those are the words of Royal expert Christopher Andersen, who said that the Sussexes will "try to avoid" the Cambridges, who will be doing much the same despite the two couples living a short stroll from each other, in Frogmore and Adelaide Cottage respectively.
He added: "They’re going to be, literally, a brief stroll [from] each other on the grounds of Windsor because the Cambridges have to [return in time to get their] kids in school.
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"It’s gonna have all the markings of an old-fashioned farce with these people trying to avoid each other."
And as The Queen is currently on her annual summer break at the Balmoral Estate in Scotland, it is unlikely that Harry and Meghan will visit the 96-year-old monarch either.
Confirming the visit earlier this year, a spokesman said: "Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are delighted to visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September."
Their mode of transport? Commercial flight. Prince Harry and Meghan are believed to have arrived back in the UK on Saturday.
They reportedly turned down the use of a private jet after being heavily criticised for doing so in the past, instead flying commercial.
While the couple were not pictured leaving the plane on Saturday morning, sources said their two children, Archie and Lilibet, did not appear to be with them.
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Their first engagement will take place on Monday (September 5) when the couple will travel to Manchester to attend the One Young World Summit opening ceremony where Meghan is expected to give a keynote address in her role as a counsellor for the organisation.
The pair will then travel to Germany for an event the following day to mark a year until the Invictus Games arrives in Dusseldorf.
They will then return to the UK for the WellChild Awards in London on September 8, where we can expect to hear a speech from Harry.
The Sun reported that Harry and Meghan's own security and event organisers will have to protect them during their upcoming visit to Manchester after a police source revealed that no officers will be provided.
Meghan and Harry last travelled to the UK in early June to celebrate The Queen's historic Platinum Jubilee with other members of the family.
Speaking to GB News, Lady Colin Campbell said: "They were supposed to be in the bus with all the third-tier royals. They were 50 minutes late for the appointed meeting with Clarence House to make sure they would miss the bus so they would appear later."
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