As his father King Charles III was crowned in Westminster Abbey, the Duke of Sussex was there.
The King was given the crown, which Prince Harry, sitting in the third row, carefully observed.
The duke was seen conversing with his cousins Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie and had a laid-back appearance when he arrived at the Abbey.
It is said to be the first time he has seen his family since the publication of his contentious memoir, Spare.
He arrived in London on Friday, but he will reportedly fly back to the US following his son’s birthday celebration.
The prince appeared at ease as he visited the monastery while wearing a morning suit and medals. He was observed grinning at visitors as he strolled through the nave of the monastery and chatted with numerous family members.
With a smile on his face, he gave Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, the husband of Princess Beatrice, a pat on the back before settling seat next to Jack Brooksbank, the husband of Princess Eugenie, in the third row. The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, was seated in the third row as well.
The Duke of Kent, Queen Elizabeth II’s first cousin, and Princess Anne, the King’s sister, sat in the second row and observed the ceremony while wearing garter robes.
The Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, as well as the King’s brother Prince Edward, the new Duke of Edinburgh, and his wife Sophie, were in front of them.
Previously, Prince Harry had attended the late Queen Elizabeth’s burial at Westminster Abbey while seated in the second row, directly behind the King.
In television video, the prince could be seen paying close attention as the archbishop elevated St. Edward’s Crown above his father’s head to crown him.
God save King Charles, Prince Harry and other royals were heard exclaiming later as the congregation paid respects to the new ruler. King Charles, long live. May the King be in love always.
The prince is said to have spent Friday night in Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle after arriving at London’s Heathrow Airport on Friday morning. The King had previously urged him and Meghan to leave this house.
Their daughter Prince Archie will be turning four, therefore his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, has stayed in Los Angeles with their kids.
According to a source who spoke to the American publication Page Six, Prince Harry plans to “make every effort to get back in time for Archie’s birthday.”
Buckingham Palace said last month that Prince Harry would be attending the ceremony by himself.
Prince Harry and his uncle Prince Andrew, who are not employed by the Royal Family, won’t officially participate in the ceremony, according to officials.
Despite having served in the army for ten years, including two tours of duty in Afghanistan, he is not dressed in robes or a military uniform, unlike other family members.