Harry is already in London: the prince puts love for his father first after learning that he has cancer

Harry is already in London. The prince, who boarded a plane in Los Angeles this Tuesday, February 6, has already landed on British soil. English newspapers have been able to capture the moment when the Duke of Sussex left Heathrow airport.

A few hours after Buckingham's statement on the state of Charles III's health, Harry packed his suitcase and boarded a plane. He left his wife, Meghan Markle, and his children, Archie and Lilibet, at his home in Montecito, Los Angeles. The entire device was activated at the moment when the Royal House announced that the monarch has begun his cancer treatment. He himself was in charge of informing his children, as reported by the British press.

Harry's almost immediate visit to his father is a step forward to shorten the distance between them and to melt the ice. More than 18 months have passed since father and son saw each other. Analysts of the British royals now put the magnifying glass on this vital moment for both, whose emotions may be on the surface, so that they find time to share and heal past wounds. It is still unknown what his travel program is or when he will visit the monarch.