PRINCE Harry had a whirlwind coronation trip where he is said to have only spent 30 minutes at Buckingham Palace without seeing family.
The Duke of Sussex reportedly touched down in the UK on Friday, before jetting back to LA on Saturday – just hours after his father was crowned King.
Harry, 38, was snapped smiling after being whizzed from London’s Westminster Abbey, 20 miles to Heathrow, and arriving by police convoy around 2.05pm.
He arrived at Los Angeles International Airport at around 7.30pm local time (3.30am UK) to reunite with son Archie on his birthday.
But sources say amid his fleeting visit home the Duke slipped into the monarchy’s headquarters without seeing any loved ones.
An insider told the Telegraph Harry spent less than half an hour in the Palace after Charles’ ceremony.
They said the visit was merely for “logistical reasons” – and allowed him to take a moment out of the public eye.
It’s understood Harry was already starting his journey home while his family was enjoying the remainder of coronation celebrations – and snapping their official photos.
Both the Duke, and his disgraced uncle Prince Andrew, were missing from the pics, which the Royal Family released as a “Thank You” to Brits.
It is not known if Harry spoke to his father or brother Prince William during his 36-hour trip.
He was snapped in the third row of royals at the Abbey next to Princess Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank.
On his other side was Princess Alexandra, 86 — Queen Elizabeth’s cousin.
Harry smiled and appeared happy throughout the two-hour ceremony, before making a swift exit as the King and Queen clambered into the Gold State Coach.
The Sussexes and Buckingham Palace have been approached for comment.
It comes after the Prince’s ghostwriter yesterday revealed he shouted at the royal in heated 2am row over edits to his bombshell memoir biography Spare.
J. R. Moehringer has told how he became “exasperated” while working with Harry and that their relationship became strained over issues with final edits.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author recalled one incident last summer saw the pair shouting at each other down the phone during the early hours of the morning.