Meghan Markle, 41, and Prince Harry, 38, have returned to America following Queen Elizabeth II's death. A black Lincoln SUV was shown transporting them out of the Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday, September 20.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had been in the United Kingdom since early September, when they were scheduled to perform at several charity functions. However, their time overseas was extended when the queen passed away on September 8 at the age of 96.
Prince William, 40, and Kate Middleton, 40, walked outside Windsor Castle on September 10 to observe memorials left by supporters and greet mourners who came to pay their respects. William, who is now the Prince of Wales, has "invited the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to join him and the Princess of Wales," according to Buckingham Palace's statement.
Meghan and Harry were photographed waiting in a black vehicle on September 13 to receive Queen Elizabeth's coffin as it arrived at Buckingham Palace after departing the RAF Northolt Airforce Station in Ruislip, London. The pair turned heads when they recited each other's hand in public as they left the Palace of Westminster after a service for the queen. On September 19, the family went into a period of private mourning.
Meghan requested a private meeting with King Charles III, 73, in the days leading up to her funeral in an attempt to "clear the air," "tear the rights from wrongs," and "prove some of the rationale behind what they've been doing over the previous two years."