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Prince Harry’s cheeky four-word response when he’s asked ‘are you happy to be home?’



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Prince Harry had his cheeky grin on full display this morning as he left an event in Central London and headed for his car.

The Duke of Sussex, who arrived in the UK on his own yesterday morning for events to mark a decade of the Invictus Games, was waving to crowds when a waiting cameraman asked him: “Are you happy to be home?”

Harry laughed and quickly replied “nice to see you” before hopping into the back of a black Range Rover.

It comes after Prince Harry revealed that his father is too busy to meet him while he is back in the UK this week – even though the pair are now just a few miles apart.

The Duke of Sussex confirmed that no meeting will take place due to the King’s “full programme”.

“It unfortunately will not be possible due to His Majesty’s full programme,” said a spokesman for Prince Harry. “The Duke of course is understanding of his father’s diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon.”


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Harry is understood to be extremely disappointed by the news, which comes months after he declared during a US television interview: “I love my family.”

During the chat, the Duke said he hoped his father’s illness could “reunify” the Royal Family and spoke of his upcoming UK trips.

But the King is busying himself with official duties, having returned to public-facing engagements last week following his cancer diagnosis.

Harry has travelled to the UK to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games with and mark the decade-long support competitors in the paralympic-style tournament have received.

Harry will give a reading at a thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral later today, with actor Damian Lewis will reciting the Invictus poem.


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