Prince Harry was seen carrying his two-year-old daughter Princess Lilibet to a special parade commemorating American Independence Day near their California residence on July 4.
He was shown with his youngest kid just hours before his father, King Charles, was crowned King of Scotland.
Every year on July 4, Americans commemorate the day they gained independence from British domination in the 18th century, with the Duke eager for his young daughter to participate in the Montecito Association’s Village Road Show.
In photos obtained by the Daily Mail, Harry can be seen wearing sunglasses and a baseball cap while carrying his little child, who is dressed in a summer dress and red shoes.
The pair kept a low profile as they stood among people enjoying the celebration, which included residents waving flags and automobiles adorned with Independence Day-themed items.
On the other side of the Atlantic, King Charles, Queen Camilla, and the Prince and Princess of Wales gathered in St Giles’ Cathedral on July 5 to commemorate the King’s accession to the throne of Scotland with a Service of Thanksgiving, gun salute, and RAF fly-past.
The Duke did attend his father’s historic Coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey last month on May 6, but he returned to Montecito as soon as the event was over to be with his family.
His wife Meghan Markle and their two children, Prince Archie and Lilibet, stayed at home because Archie’s fourth birthday coincided with the Coronation.
According to the MailOnline, Harry was not expected to attend the Service of Thanksgiving in Edinburgh, nor senior royals Princess Anne, Prince Edward, or Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh.