• Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrived in the UK
  • They brought their kids Archie and Lilibet along
  • The family is there to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II

This year, the annual Trooping the Colour parade marked the 70th anniversary on the throne for Queen Elizabeth II. As Page Six reports, Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan and their children landed in London on Wednesday after a private flight from the US.

Queen Elizabeth ensured Harry and Meghan's safety

In London, the Queen herself provided a car, driver and security team. But as was announced a few weeks ago, Meghan and Harry were not on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at Trooping the Colour.

Only the most important working senior royals and their children were on the balcony this year. Instead, the Sussexes watched the parade and air show at another location: from the Major General's office.

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There they most likely met Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, who also weren't welcome on the balcony this year. So Royal fans saw a photo or two of Meghan and Harry – the two were spotted briefly through the windows of the office.

According to Page Six, the couple, together with their children, will not see Queen Elizabeth II until June 4. Then the monarch will finally meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet, who celebrates her first birthday on Saturday.

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