Harry and Meghans emotional night after Queens funeral and their plans for coming days

It was a telling moment when, after a day of duties and high-emotions at his grandmother, the Queen 's funeral, committal service and burial,Prince Harryblew out his cheeks as he got into a car with his wife, Meghan Markle.

The couple, who now live in California and have had a rocky relationship with the rest of the royals since moving across the pond in 2020, have put aside their differences with 38 year old Harry's family over the past few weeks in the wake of the late Monarch's death.

Meghan, 41, has been at a number of official engagements to support her husband since the Queen died on 8 September.

After attending a private service as the Queen was finally laid to rest alongside her husband, Prince Philip, Meghan and Harry are thought to have spent the night at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, which is their residence when they are in the UK.

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They are expected to leave the UK soon to fly back to their home in America, after nearly three weeks of being separated from their children, Archie, three and Lilibet Diana, one.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in the UK on September 3 with a number of appearances and speeches planned such as Harry's appearance at the WellChild Awards which was scheduled on the evening of the day the Queen suddenly died.

Harry immediately cancelled his showing there as he rushed to Balmoral, Scotland – where the Queen was staying – alongside other senior members of the royal family on 8 September, after it was announced around midday that doctors were "concerned" for the Queen's health.

An announcement of her passing was made by Buckingham Palace at 6.30pm that evening, before an ashen-faced Harry was seen arriving in Scotland, having caught a later flight than his brother, Prince William and other family members.

News of the Queen's death has meant that Harry and Meghan have stayed in the UK, during a mourning period of ten days, which lasted from the day of her death to the day of the funeral on 19 September.

At the request of King Charles, senior royals and the closest members of the Queen's family, such as Prince William and Kate, will enter into a further seven-day period of mourning.

It is not clear whether this will affect Prince Harry and Meghan as they are no longer 'senior members' of the royal family, since stepping down in 2020.

King Charles made it clear that they were still much-loved members of his family as he mentioned them in his first address to the nation as Sovereign.

During his speech, he said: “I want to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas.”

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