The couple were pictured stepping off a plane at Victoria International Airport in Canada following a business trip to the US, The Sun reports.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who recently handed back their HRH titles, returned to Canada in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Harry and Meghan took a commercial flight from the US to Canada after being blasted in the past for using private jets that create seven times the normal amount of carbon emissions.
They were flying back from a two-day business trip to California in a bid to find new work.
An onlooker said: “From their happy faces they had a successful time in California but glad to be back.”
The couple carried their own hand luggage as they were led off the plane by their close protection officers.
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Harry and Meghan, who are currently holed up in a $20 million Vancouver mansion, went to the US because they need to find new jobs to fund their lifestyle after quitting the royal family.
Ten days ago Harry gave a keynote speech at a JP Morgan summit in Miami and was rumoured to have been paid more than $1 million.
They reportedly stayed at Serena Williams’ home in Palm Beach during their trip before heading to Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.
In California, they are said to have attended “brainstorming sessions” with “professors and academics” as they continue to work on their new charitable organisation.
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