After settling into their new life in Canada, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the United Kingdom for a round of royal engagements in early March. The Sunday Times reported yesterday that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have been summoned by Queen Elizabeth II to join her and the royal family for the Commonwealth service on March 9.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan during their visit to Australia.

Harry and Meghan: Last round of royal engagements

According to The Sunday Times, this will be the very last round of royal engagements for Harry and Meghan before going back to their new home in Canada. Other royal family members at the service will include Prince William and Duchess Catherine as well as Prince Charles with the Duchess of Cornwall.

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The news comes shortly after the royal couple made their first public appearance since stepping back as senior members of the royal family on Thursday in Miami. At a private event held by JPMorgan, Prince Harry gave a speech in which he said that he "does not regret" stepping down as senior royal.