The Duchess of Sussex has remained in California

Why Meghan Markle has not travelled to Japan with Prince Harry

The Duke of Sussex recently spoke on stage at a summit on sports and philanthropy while he was in Japan.

Prince Harry will travel alone and play in a polo match to raise money for his charity, Sentebale.

The Duchess of Sussex has remained in Montecito, California, where she lives with the couple’s kids, Princess Lilibet, 2, and Prince Archie, 4.


Harry and Meghan with Archie and Lilibet at Frogmore Cottage
Photo: Netflix


Meghan probably hasn’t travelled with her husband because of the lengthy flights they have to take with their two young children.

Archie is known to attend preschool as well, so Harry and Meghan may be mindful not to disrupt their kids’ schedules.

The Duke and Duchess are also raising Archie and Lilibet as private citizens, so they are probably going to wait until Archie and Lilibet are much older before taking them on lengthy trips.

In June 2022, during the late Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Harry and Meghan brought their young children to the UK.

Archie and Lilibet stayed out of the spotlight, but the Sussex family went to Trooping the Colour and the Thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Lilibet’s first birthday fell on the same day as the Party at the Palace event, and Harry and Meghan celebrated by hosting a tea party at Frogmore Cottage, their former Windsor residence.


Harry and Meghan at the Platinum Jubilee Thanksgiving service
Photo: Getty Images


The proud parents and Archie were seen assisting little Lilibet in blowing out the candles on a pink tiered cake created by Harry and Meghan’s wedding cake designer, Claire Ptak of Violet Cakes, in footage from their Netflix docuseries.

Meghan celebrated her 42nd birthday last week and went on a date with Harry to Montecito, California’s Tre Lune restaurant, a favourite of the A-list.

The Duke and Duchess surprised a group of young leaders who are working to make the internet a safer place before her special day.


The Duke of Sussex will attend a summit on 9 August before flying to Singapore


Harry said to one of the young leaders at the conclusion of one of their calls, “Thank you for doing everything that you do, our kids in particular are incredibly grateful.”

They don’t know it yet, but they will, Meghan continued.

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