Meghan and Harry’s subtle hint that they were leaving Jubilee early | royal | New

The couple traveled to the UK with their children for the first time since 2020, when they left after stepping down as senior members of the Royal Family. They joined other members of the Royal Family in celebrating the Queen’s historic Platinum Jubilee, as it is understood they had their one-year-old child, Lilibet, christened while there.

However, they kept a low profile and made just one public appearance, at St Paul’s Cathedral for the national Thanksgiving service in honor of the Queen’s 70-year reign.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex ended their visit early by returning to the United States on Sunday June 5 in the early afternoon before the final parade in London.

They are believed to have been driven from Frogmore Cottage to Farnborough Airport before taking off in a private jet at 1.30pm.

But there was a sign that could have indicated their intention to leave sooner, and it came from Meghan’s close circle of partners, according to Hello Magazine.

Daniel Martin, the Duchess’ makeup artist, flew to the UK with her to accompany and support her with his services during their stay in London.

On Saturday June 4, Mr Martin posted a message thanking the hotel he was staying for the service provided, indicating that Meghan’s team was ready to go.

Mr Martin wrote on Instagram: “APPRECIATION POST

“My sincere gratitude to @thenomadhotel for taking incredible care of me in London for the past two weeks.

“From the kind and hospitable team to the delicious mocktails and dinners, I have found my new home away from home.

“Looking forward to coming back soon

danielsdetours #nomadhotel #atlasguru #queensjubilee2022”

Mr Martin is a good friend of Meghan Markle and he also did her makeup at her wedding in May 2018.

They met while filming Suits in 2011, and Mr Martin has previously said he and Meghan had an “instant connection”.

In an interview with Into the Gloss, he said: “I knew what she wanted – it was one of those things where, she looked in the mirror and was like, ‘Oh my God, this ‘is what I always wanted, but I didn’t know how to get there’.”

Speaking on Lorraine’s ITV show earlier today, royal expert Russell Myers claimed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not be returning to the UK “in the near future”.

Mr Myers claimed: “So will we see them again? I don’t think in the near future.

“I still think the injuries are very raw, but like you said, it’s all queen-centric, so at least they held their end of the bargain.”