Prince Harry and his wife Meghan had to live a few moments of horror on their return from Tonga to Sydney.
The pilot of her plane interrupted the landing at the airport in Sydney at the last minute, as Australian media reported on Friday. Another plane was on the runway. On the second try the machine could land safely.
Harry (34) and Meghan (37) said goodbye to residents of the Pacific Island Kingdom of Tonga Friday morning. Onlookers lined the road from Meghan – sporty-elegant in a blue blouse dress – and Harry at Fuaamotu International Airport.
Earlier, students from Tupou College had made the Duchess of Sussex laugh so hard she had tears in her eyes. The boys sang a song about Tonga’s mosquitoes, in which they also tracked the sounds and the flight of insects.
The night before, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had dinner with Tonga’s King Tupou VI. visited. The pregnant Meghan is on a pacific journey with her husband Prince Harry. In Sydney, the two royals take part in the closing of the Invictus Games – a sporting event for war-disabled soldiers. On Sunday we continue to New Zealand. On 1 November, the couple wants to travel back to the UK.