Prince Harry was back in Britain on Wednesday for the first of a last round of public appearances before he and his wife Meghan resign from their royal duties.
The Duke of Sussex, who moved his family to Canada, arrived in Edinburgh late Tuesday before meeting companies that were involved in his sustainable tourism project.
He'll be in London on Friday to meet US rock singer Jon Bon Jovi, who is recording a special song for the Prince's Invictus Game Foundation for military veterans.
He and Meghan will then meet Queen Elizabeth II on March 9 for a Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, which is expected to be their last official appearance as Working Royals.
The prince – the grandson of the queen, who is in sixth place on the throne – shook the monarchy with the bomb announcement in January that he and his wife wanted to resign from their roles.
They unveiled plans to split their time between the UK and Canada after complaining about media penetration and expressing a desire to be financially independent.
Last week they announced that even though they would keep their "His / Her Royal Highness" titles, they would no longer use them if they resigned from the Queen's Representation as of March 31.
Harry arrived at Edinburgh train station wearing jeans, a baseball cap and a suit bag on Tuesday before the Travalyst partnership of travel agencies working on sustainable travel took place on Wednesday.
The 35-year-old has been accused of hypocrisy of using private planes while advocating measures to combat global warming, but insists that he travels primarily through commercial flights.
The meeting with Bon Jovi on Friday takes place at London's famous Abbey Road Studios, where the Beatles recorded most of their albums.
In a BBC interview this week about the event, the singer joked that Harry should be known as "the artist formerly known as Prince" after leaving the royal life at the forefront.
The late musician Prince became known as this after avoiding his name in favor of a symbol.
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