After his speech regarding the latter in support of We Day, Prince head off on a surprise mission.
On Wednesday, just hours after his appearance at Wembley, the royal jetted off on a solo trip to Berlin.
The Duke was spotted in the German capital, jumping out of a Mercedes van with blacked-out windows.
According to Hello!, Harry was in Germany part of a sustainability and tourism project he is exploring through The Royal Foundation. He attended the ITB Berlin, the world’s largest tourism trade fair.
It is understood his trip to the conference in Berlin is not being treated as an official royal visit.
Prince Harry travelled solo, without wife Meghan who is understandably no longer flying because she is heavily pregnant.
Still, Meghan made appearance after Harry “dragged” her onto stage in front of 12,000 excited kids at Wembley Arena.
While Harry was giving a speech at an event for WE Day UK. Speaking as president of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, Harry said: “I’m not going to try and drag my wife on stage.
Then Harry walked towards the side of the stage to help Meghan get up on the stage, prompting everyone to burst into wild cheers.
“I am with you and we are with you, now get to work!” Harry told the youngsters, hugging his pregnant wife at his side.
Tomorrow, on International Women’s Day, Meghan will join a panel for a discussion with musician and activist Annie Lennox, model and activist Adwoa Aboah and former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard.
The Palace said in a statement: “On Friday 8th March The Duchess of Sussex will join a panel discussion convened by @QueensComTrust to mark #IWD2019.
“The event, hosted @KingsCollegeLon, will bring together a special panel of female thought-leaders and activists to discuss a range of issues affecting women today.”
And two days later, on March 11, she and Harry will attend a Commonwealth Day event at Canada House.