The Sussexes headed to New York City for their first tour after letting go of their royal duties in 2020. Per the Daily Mail, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle started their tour by visiting One World Observatory. The couple were seen getting out of their SUVs and leaving 50 United Nations Plaza. According to the outlet they visited the WHO headquarters. They then met with Bill de Blasio’s family and Kathy Hochul (the state governor). Harry and Meghan also visited 9/11 Memorial Museum two weeks after the 20th anniversary.
According to the Daily Mail, Meghan — whose last visit to the city was in November 2019 — said atop the One World Trade Center that it was “wonderful to be back.” Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield shared more details from the Sussexes’ trip to New York, tweeting that it was a “wonderful meeting” with Harry and Meghan. “Important discussion of COVID, racial justice, and raising mental health awareness,” She also added.
It is not known if the trip was funded or secured by anyone. However, it is clear that they are meeting with high-power people and that their production projects are taking place.