Harry and Meghan are back in UK & arrived in Frogmore Cottage last night after staying in LA to celebrate mum's birthday | The Sun

HARRY and Meghan reportedly arrived back in the UK last night after staying in Los Angeles to celebrate her mum's birthday.

It is believed that the US-based Duke and Duchess of Sussex flew into the UK ­yesterday and are back at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

It is unclear whether they took children Archie and Lilibet with them.

However, it is thought they timed their journey to leave after celebrating Meghan's mum Doria Ragland's 66th birthday on Friday.

It comes after news that the couple will be given a ring-of-steel security operation for a charity appearance in the UK tomorrow amid a row over their protection.

Manchester will hear Meghan’s first speech on these shores since March 2020.

She is expected to give an address on gender equality at the opening ceremony of One Young World young leaders’ forum.

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The area outside the 2,300-seater Bridgewater Hall will be cleared an hour and half before.

Last night it became clear that police in Manchester will not be providing officers, with the couple’s own security team and the event organisers expected to protect them.

A Greater Manchester Police source said: “It is my understanding this event is not receiving a dedicated police resource and is being privately secured.”

The Duke of Sussex is suing the Home Office, saying the decision to remove his taxpayer-funded official armed police bodyguards here is “unfair” and “illegal”.

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A Royal source previously told the Sunday Times how the Queen has been rocked by Harry and Meg’s antics.

They said Her Majesty “doesn’t want to be on tenterhooks all the time, waiting to see what the next nuclear bomb will be — that will take its toll”.

Although the Sussexes’ official protection arrangements in the UK throughout the week are not clear, it is believed they will be afforded “ad hoc security measures”.

And they will fall under royal cops’ protection while staying in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

After today's summit the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will then travel to Dusseldorf on Tuesday to mark a year before Harry’s next Invictus Games.

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He will appear at his first press conference since leaving royal life, according to The Sunday Telegraph.

It says he will “deliver remarks” but will leave without talking directly to journalists.

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