Harry is chauffeured to LAX to fly to London to attend Diana’s statue unveiling
Prince Harry can be seen arriving at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday, as he heads to London to attend the unveiling of a new statue of his mother next week.
Harry is seen approaching the the airport in a black Cadillac SUV, and his arrival coincided with a car chase that took place on its south field, and shut down two runways.
LAX Police told DailyMail.com that there were no injuries reported and that the incident is now under control.
At approximately 6pm Pacific Daylight Time a male driver broke through a fence at the FedEx cargo facility and drove westbound on the surface road and airfield at LAX. The driver was detained by airport police and an investigation is ongoing. There are no injuries.
Harry’s flight took off around 45 minutes later.
He is due to appear alongside his brother, Prince William, next Thursday at the unveiling ceremony of a statue of his mother Diana, the princess of Wales, in the gardens at Kensington Palace.
The princes will walk together to unveil the statue, which they commissioned to mark what would have been their mother’s 60th birthday before giving their individual speeches.
It will be the first time the pair reunite since Prince Philip’s funeral in April.
The once-close brothers, who studied together at Britain’s elite Eton school, and both served in the military, have become distant since Harry’s marriage to Meghan and the couple’s move to California.
They will preside over a significantly reduced gathering featuring just a handful of guests – the estranged princes themselves and Spencer
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