The Duke of Sussex and his wife sent youngsters into raptures during his star turn at London’s Wembley Arena to mark WE Day, a global initiative encouraging young people to take part in social change.
But the 34-year-old royal was later spotted in the German capital, jumping out of a Mercedes van with blacked-out windows.
Prince Harry spoke to schoolchildren at the WE Day in London yesterday. But hours later he was seen, without pregnant wife Meghan, in Berlin
Harry was seen smiling as he got out of the van, accompanied by his royal entourage.
Earlier yesterday, Harry had told an audience of 12,000 schoolchildren and students that they needed to have ‘less screen time, and more face to face time, exceed expectations, and take risks’ if they were to leave their mark on the world.
He appeared at the event, which was also attended by supermodel Naomi Campbell ex-One Direction singer Liam Payne, in his role as president of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.
It is unclear what Harry is planning in Berlin but German newspaper Bild reported that Meghan, who is due to give birth next month, was not with him.
The paper reported he entered through the back door of the unnamed hotel in an apparent bid to avoid causing any fuss.
Kensington Palace have yet to comment on Harry’s visit to the continent.
Harry brought his wife out onto the stage at the SSE Arena in Wembley yesterday, shortly before the pair went their separate ways