Prince Harry self-isolating in LA mansion so he can rush back to UK if worst happens to Prince Philip

PRINCE Harry is understood to be self-isolating in his LA mansion with Meghan Markle and baby Archie so he can race back to Britain if Prince Philip's condition worsens, it's reported.

The Duke of Sussex, 36, is sheltering from Covid at the couple's California home while his grandfather is in hospital so he can fly home at short notice if Philip deteriorates.

Harry has made plans to fly back to the UK by private jet and is being kept "regularly informed" of Prince Philip's health, the Mirror reports.

Prince Philip, 99, fell ill at Windsor Castle on Tuesday and was rushed to London's King Edward Hospital as a precaution.

His condition is not Covid related.

Harry would be tested before leaving the US and once he returns, The Mirror understands.


The US could be set to join England's quarantine "red list" of countries, it was reported on Thursday.

All travel between the countries would be banned, with Brits returning home forced to fork out up to £1,750 for a 10-night stay at a quarantine hotel.

But members of the royal family enjoy special dispensation to travel so Harry wouldn't have to self-isolate on arrival in Britain if he tested negative, it's reported.

A source told The Mirror: “Harry is of course concerned for his grandfather’s welfare and is being kept regularly informed on his condition.

“He has chosen to stay in case he is required to return to the UK at short notice.”

Prince Philip walked into hospital unaided this week and is due to stay for several days.

A Palace spokesman said his hospital admission was “on the advice of His Royal Highness’s Doctor, after feeling unwell”.

A spokesman for Boris Johnson said: "The Prime Minister sends his best wishes to the Duke as he undergoes a few days of rest."

Philip turns 100 on June 10, with organisers planning a spectacular exhibition.

Grandson Harry is hoping to come back from the US, with pals saying he wouldn’t miss it for the world.

Philip retired from royal duty in August, 2017.

His last public appearance was in July when he handed over his role as Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles to Camilla.

Philip also attended Princess Beatrice's wedding in July.

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