MEGHAN Markle and Prince Hary kicked off the last day of their tour in New York City.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted arriving at the United Nations ahead of their meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
Harry and Meghan left the Carlyle Hotel shortly before 11am on Saturday morning where they headed to the UN building in Manhattan.
Following the meeting, Meghan and Harry will attend the star-studded Covid concert in Central Park.
The Sussexes will take the stage in a call for Covid vaccine equity.
Standard admission for the Global Citizen event went for between £175 and £195 while VIP tickets started at £434.
Celebrities and performers such as Billie Eilish, Camila Cabello, Lizza and Coldplay are set to take the stage later on today.
The royal couple’s pal Omid Scobie called today the “climax” of their trip to NYC which has seen them visit a school in Harlem and visit One World NYC Observatory.
Yesterday Prince Harry sat in the front row among schoolchildren as Meghan read to them from her book The Bench.
Dressed down in an all-red outfit, the Duchess sat in the playground of the school in Harlem and read to the group of seven-year-olds.
The mum-of-two told the crowd that it had been the first time she has read the book to a group of kids other than her own.
Meghan, 39, claims it was inspired by a poem she wrote for Harry on his first Father’s Day and a “love story” of him and Archie.
Earlier Meghan was spotted embracing some of the pupils as they showed the royal couple a brightly coloured mural they had created.
Prince Harry joined the Duchess at P.S. 123 Mahalia Jackson school on day two of their three-day tour of New York City.
The couple had gone casual for the event with the Duchess wearing a loose-fitting red trouser suit while the Duke wore a shirt and chinos.
The New York tour is the first time Meghan has appeared at a public event since giving birth to Lilibet in June.
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