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Harry and Meghan's transatlantic travels since Thanksgiving could cost up to £250,000 and create more than 200 tonnes of C02, MailOnline can reveal today.
Harry, Meghan and Archie first flew the 4,700 miles from London to Vancouver together at the end of November for the start of their six-week Canadian holiday.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex returned to the UK last weekend without their son, leaving him with his nanny and the Duchess' best friend Jessica Mulroney, before dropping the bombshell they were quitting as senior royals on Wednesday.
Hours later Meghan flew back to Canada from Britain - rumoured to be on a BA flight from Heathrow to Vancouver - and is thought to be back staying in the £10million waterfront mansion they stayed in over Christmas and New Year with plans to stay there for the foreseeable future.
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Harry is expected to be reunited with his wife and son after a Rugby League World Cup 2021 event at Buckingham Palace next Thursday - and when he returns to Britain it will be the Sussexes' fifth transatlantic flight in two months.
Their couple's spokesman today refused to say if they couple had chartered a private jet for their Canadian holiday, which would have cost them upwards of £125,000 per return trip.
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This cost would be doubled to £250,000 if Harry does the same return journey next week, unless they can borrow a plane from rich friends such as George Clooney, Sir Elton John or Serena Williams, as they have when holidaying in the past.
Even if they travelled commercially with British Airways, Air Canada or Virgin Atlantic, a first class ticket would be £4,000 return - meaning their transatlantic trips would have cost at least £20,000 so far not including fares for their staff and security, which could be paid for by...
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