MEGHAN and Harry are expected to fly back to the US as soon as possible to be reunited with their kids after almost three weeks abroad, it has been claimed.

Last night the pair were reportedly getting ready to leave Frogmore Cottage, at Windsor Castle, only moments after the funeral for The Queen finished last night.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were already in Europe for a tour when they were informed of Her Majesty's failing health.

Prince Harry, 38, had flown to the UK from an Invictus Games conference in Germany to be in Windsor.

He was told the worrying news about his grandmother while staying in Windsor, so darted to Balmoral in Scotland.

But he tragically did not make it back in time to say his final goodbye to his grandmother The Queen, who died on September 8.

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The trip to say goodbye to The Queen has kept the California-based duo away from kids Archie, three and Lilibet, one, so they will fly back "as soon as possible", The Telegraph reported.

The kids have been looked after by Meghan's mum Doria Ragland, 66, while the Sussexes have been away.

They last saw the kids on September 3 – almost three weeks ago.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had borrowed a taxpayer-funded German jet for their trip to Dusseldorf to meet with wounded serviceman and organisers of the Invictus Games.

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Prior to the trip, the Sussexes had been in the UK with Meghan, 41, giving a speech in Manchester at the One Young World Summit that promotes young leaders.

But she had sparked fury after making at least "54 references" to herself during her address in the city's Bridgewater Hall on September 5.

It is unclear where the pair were on Tuesday morning but they had reportedly left Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle.

The departure of the Sussexes follows a heart-rending 10-days for the Royal Family.

The Queen's children, including The King, Princes Anne and Princes Andrew and Edward had all flown to be by The Queen's bedside as she passed away "peacefully".

They were joined by their own families who had also rushed to Her Majesty's Scottish bolthole.

After her death, the family launched an extraordinary tour – taking in all four home nations to greet cheering well-wishers.

Led by King Charles, The Queen's children, closest staff and soldiers took part in coffin processions in Edinburgh and later in London – with the family standing vigil in both cities.

A quarter of a million mourners later queued for up to 16-hours in queues which snaked five-miles through central London to see Her Majesty lying-in-state in Westminster Hall.

The marathon national mourning period ended in an extraordinary climax with the State Funeral on Monday.

The journey saw The Queen's Royal Standard draped coffin carrying the Imperial State Crown, Sceptre and Orb, marched through central London in deeply moving scenes.

Hundreds of thousands of mourners piled into London for an event the like which has never been seen before.

Many slept overnight to bag their place along the route – which ran from Westminster Abbey, where a service was held, before being taken down The Mall.

She was dragged on the 123-year-old State Gun carriage by 142-Royal-Navy sailors as tear-jerking funeral marches by Chopin and Mendelssohn rung out across the capital.

Thousands threw flowers and wiped tears as Her Majesty made her final journey past Buckingham Palace before arriving at Wellington Arch near Hyde Park.

Here she was placed into the State Hearse to Windsor Castle where a dramatic final procession carried The Queen up the Long Walk for the final time.

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Following a Committal Service in St George's Chapel, broadcast around the world, The Queen was finally laid to rest alongside her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh.

She has been buried with her sister Margaret, The Queen Mother and father George VI in his namesake memorial chapel at St George's.

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