Prince Harry ‘booked out entire first class train carriage’ from Edinburgh to London to return home after attending eco-conference
Prince Harry, 35, reportedly booked First Class train carriage for trip to London Behaviour would be in contrast to other royals who go by train for engagements
Prince William and Charles take seats with other commuters when on the trainDuke of Sussex had been at conference in Edinburgh for Travalyst partnership
Prince Harry and his bodyguards had an entire First Class train carriage to themselves after his eco-conference in Edinburgh.
Such behaviour – on the LNER train to King’s Cross on Wednesday night – stands in stark contrast to that of other royals who go by train on official engagements.
Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled to and from a visit to the new Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre near Loughborough, Leicestershire, alongside other commuters.
Prince Harry and his bodyguards had an entire First Class train carriage to themselves after he attended a sustainable tourism summit (pictured at the event) in Edinburgh on Wednesday
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall also occasionally travel by train, taking their seats with other paying customers.
The Queen is, however, afforded a small First Class carriage to herself when travelling by train to Sandringham, given her status as the reigning monarch.
Last night Buckingham Palace declined to comment on Harry’s travel arrangements – but sources insisted that he regularly travelled by train with other commuters.