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Prince Harry spotted leaving Balmoral& boarding plane after arriving toolate to say goodbye to Queen

PRINCE Harry has been seen boarding a plane this morning as he left Scotland after tragically arriving too late to say goodbye to the Queen.

The Duke of Sussex, who is expected to stay in the UK until his grandmother's funeral, had last night dashed to Scotland alone after doctors shared the tragic news the Queen had hours to live.

Harry, 37, had last night arrived at Balmoral at 8pm - an hour and a half after Buckingham Palace announced his grandmother the Queen has passed away.

The duke, who travelled to Scotland while wife Meghan Markle remained in Windsor, was seen with his hand on his head as he drove to join the Royal Family while the nation went into mourning.

This morning, Harry was seen leaving Balmoral Castle at 8.20am in a black Range Rover - about 12 hours after he arrived.

Harry is understood to be the first member of the Royal family to leave the castle after last night's devastating news.

He was driven to Aberdeen Airport where he was seen being comforted by an airport staffer as he boarded a British Airways plane.

The Sussexes unofficial spokesperson Omid Scobie confirmed Harry was heading back to England and said the Duke: "Will, of course, remain in the UK during this time."

It is not known if Meghan will stay in Britain throughout the UK's two-week mourning period.

Prince Andrew, Prince William, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie flew to Aberdeen by private jet yesterday.

Tragically they did not make it to the royal estate before Her Majesty's passing, Mail Online reports.

Meanwhile Prince Harry arrived at 8pm, after the heart-breaking news of the 96-year-old's death was announced by the Palace to the public.

Earlier reports suggested he and the Duchess of Sussex were on the way to the Queen's Scottish bolthole together.

But sources later said Meghan would stay in England, with Prince Harry travelling alone.

Kate Middleton also stayed down south with George, Charlotte and Louis for their first day at school, a spokesman has confirmed.

In a touching tribute, the Sussexes last night changed their Archewell website to just a single black page, writing: "In loving memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. 1926-2022."

The Queen's death marked an end to her historic reign and sparked an outpouring of grief around the world.

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