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Prince Harry Arrives In Canada To Start His New Life With Meghan and Archie

Prince Harry arrives in Canada to start his new chapter with Meghan and Archie after Royal exit
January 21, 2020 - 10:15 / Sarah Schulz

Prince Harry has officially landed in Canada to join his wife and son after a few days of stress amid the royal exit. He arrived in Victoria, British Columbia around 10 p.m. local time on Monday evening. 

After Queen Elizabeth II made her official statement with the decision for Harry and Meghan to forgo their HRH titles and stop receiving public funding as working members of the British Royal Family, Harry has left to join his family in Canada. Prince Harry attended his final engagement in the U.K. (for now) yesterday while visiting officials at the UK-Africa Investment Summit before jetting off to Canada.

Prince Harry attended the UK-Africa investment summit in London 2020

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Prince Harry has landed in Canada

Harry landed at the Vancouver International Airport on a commercial British Airways flight and then flew into Victoria International Airport, arriving at 10 p.m. local time. The Prince was escorted by security guards after hopping off his flight first, all smiles carrying his own duffle bag. He was wearing a Patagonia puffer jacket and beanie for his arrival on the west coast of Canada as seen in photos obtained by the Daily Mail.

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On Sunday, Prince Harry made his first public appearance since him and his wife, Meghan, decided to step down as senior working members of the royal family. He made a speech and explained their situation and why they made the decision they did so the public could hear it from him. The event was in support of the Sentebale charity which supports mental health and well-being for children affected with HIV.