Prince Harry had lunch with billionaire at exclusive club on Queen’s 95th birthday – Mirror Online

Prince Harry and a Los Angeles billionaire had lunch at a super-exclusive private members club as his grandmother the Queen celebrated her 95th birthday, it is claimed.

It is said that Harry met up with philanthropist Wallis Annenberg at the West Hollywood club San Vicente Bungalows last Wednesday, a day after he flew back home to California after his grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral.

To protect members’ privacy, the club, owned by Sunset Tower hotelier Jeff Klein, bans mobile phones and picture-taking, with any rule-breakers at risk of permanent expulsion.

Ms Annenberg, 81, is the heiress to her late father Walter’s media empire in the US and head of the Annenberg Foundation, which supports projects linked to climate change, animal welfare and social justice in America.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex visits the laboratory as he tours The Institute of Translational Medicine at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle have lucrative deals with Spotify and Netflix
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The alleged meeting was reported by the New York Post’s Page Six.

A source claimed: “They sat outside, far from other people, and Harry came in wearing a mask.”

Harry returned to his suburban Los Angeles home, where he lives with his pregnant wife Meghan Markle and their one-year-old son Archie, last Tuesday.

It came three days after he attended his grandfather’s funeral, where he reunited with members of his family for the first time since he and Meghan quit their roles as senior royals a year ago.

Wallis Annenberg attends an event in Beverly Hills, California

Wallis Annenberg, 81, is a media heiress and head of the Annenberg Foundation
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Prince Harry attends his grandfather Prince Philip's funeral

Harry attended his grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral on April 17
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Harry, 36, saw his grandmother the Queen, dad Prince Charles and brother Prince William for the first time since the Sussexes’ explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, which was watched by tens of millions of TV viewers in March.

Harry spent time chatting with William and his sister-in-law Kate Middleton, and it is said that he had a brief face-to-face meeting with Charles after the funeral and met privately with the Queen during his 10-day return visit to the UK.

He self-isolated at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor before the funeral.

Former Suits actress Meghan, 39, is due to give birth to a baby girl – the couple’s second child – this summer.

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Her pregnancy puts her at higher risk of severe illness from coronavirus, according to guidance from US infectious disease experts.

Before his flight home, Harry would have been required to show a negative coronavirus viral test taken within three days of departure, based on the current rules.

If Harry hasn’t been vaccinated against Covid-19, he should stay away from Meghan for 14 days upon his return to the US from international travel, according to official guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Unvaccinated people should get tested for Covid within three to five days after international travel and self-isolate at home for seven, the guidance states.

Those who don’t get tested should self-quarantine for ten days.

Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex, holding baby Son Archie, during the visit to Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Harry and Meghan, with Archie in 2019, will soon welcome a baby girl
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International travellers who are fully vaccinated should get tested within three to five days, and self-monitor for Covid symptoms, according to the guidance.

The guidance does not advise them to self-isolate at home or stay away from pregnant women or others who are at higher risk of severe illness from coronavirus.

The CDC states: “You may have been exposed to Covid-19 on your travels. You may feel well and not have any symptoms, but you can still be infected and spread the virus to others.

“You and your travel companions (including children) pose a risk to your family, friends, and community for 14 days after you travel.”

The Queen, who is shielding at Windsor Castle during the Covid pandemic, had a private and low-key birthday last Wednesday as she mourned her husband of 73 years.

She was expected to have an outdoor lunch with a small group of family members.


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