Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have flown back to their home in the United States earlier this week. It came after the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, which culminated the days of mourning in the United Kingdom.

Page Six confirmed that the former working royals left the royal-born Prince’s home country on Tuesday. It was a day after the nation and the rest of the globe bid farewell to the world’s second-longest reigning monarch.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex first arrived in England earlier this month. They returned to the British Royals’ turf for a series of charity events across the U.K. and Germany.

People recalled that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were on a planned trip when Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle on September 8.

The former working royals were set to attend the WellChild Awards in London from Dusseldorf, Germany later that day. But, they missed the event as the royal-born Prince joined some members of the British Royal Family to be with the Queen in Scotland.

The former actress did not join her husband, though, as she reportedly remained behind in England, and neither did Kate Middleton, who stayed behind in Windsor with her children.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who turned 38 a week after his grandmother’s passing, stayed in the United Kingdom through Monday. They attended and participated in a number of outings and services in honor of the late British Monarch.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also surprised the public when they joined the new Prince and Princess of Wales to meet and greet well-wishers outside Windsor Castle on September 10.

A separate report from People said it was an “emotional reunion” among the so-called “royal fab four.” Also, it has since been learned that the newly created Prince of Wales made the invite toward the Sussexes.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s stay in the United Kingdom was not without rumors and speculations.

Earlier this week, a royal reporter claimed that the Duchess of Sussex requested a one-on-one meeting with King Charles III. As stated, she wanted to “clear the air” before she and the Duke of Sussex left for the United States.

Page Six noted at the time that the claims were from Neil Sean, who spoke about the matter in a YouTube video via Sky News.

The royal reporter allegedly learned the “request” from a source, who said the former actress asked for it in a “formal letter,” adding that the supposed meeting would be “an opportunity to clear the air, put the rights from wrongs, and explain some of the rationale behind what they have been doing over the last two years.”

It remains unclear, however, whether the reported meeting took place or whether the former actress did indeed make the supposed request.