Prince Harry Just Returned to Kensington Palace for a Private Meeting

The Duke of Sussex met with the Prime Minister of Nepal.

  • Prince Harry had a private meeting at Kensington Palace on June 11.
  • The Duke of Sussex held an audience with the Prime Minister of Nepal, KP Sharma Oli, and his wife Radhika Shakya.
  • Harry conducted a royal tour of Nepal in March 2016, and met with survivors of the country's devastating earthquakes during the visit.

    New dad Prince Harry continues to keep an incredibly busy schedule.

    Following an appearance alongside his wife, Meghan Markle, at Trooping the Colour, Harry conducted a private audience with the Prime Minister of Nepal at Kensington Palace on June 11, 2019. Prince Harry, of course, lived at Kensington Palace, prior to moving into his new residence of Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, with wife Meghan and son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

    Royal commentator Omid Scobie confirmed the meeting via Twitter, writing, "Prince Harry this morning received @kpsharmaoli, Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, at Kensington Palace."

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    The Duke of Sussex has long held the Nepalese people in high regard. Noting his 2016 visit, the royal family's official website explained, "Having served alongside Ghurka soldiers in Afghanistan, Prince Harry will visit the British Gurkha Camp in Pokhara, where he will commend the bravery and service to the Crown of an exceptional group of soldiers."

    Prince Harry's work day isn't over just yet. The duke will also attend the Sentebale Audi Concert at Hampton Court Palace in London this evening, where he will take to the stage alongside Rita Ora.


    According to the Shropshire Star, the event supports Sentebale, "the charity founded by the duke and Lesotho’s Prince Seeiso, to support children and young people living with HIV and Aids in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi–countries where the virus remains a leading cause of death."

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