Prince Harry spotted asking concerning question to cousin Eugenie outside Abbey

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    Prince Harry showed his concerns to cousin Princess Eugenie when they were arriving at Westminster Abbey for King Charles' Coronation.

    The Duke of Sussex, who stepped down from being a working royal, attended his father's Coronation without wife, Megan Markle, on Saturday (May 6).

    He followed members of his family including Prince Andrew, Mike and Zara Tindalls, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and their husbands as they arrived at the venue.

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    Harry was seen standing at the back of the group and shared a small chat with cousin Eugenie' and her husband, Jack Brooksbank.

    Our lip reading expert, Jeremy Freeman, spotted the brief exchange and revealed the four words Harry said as they made way to their seats inside the Abbey.

    Jack turns back and beams a smile at Harry, who brings his attention to Eugenie, who dresses in a silky navy blue dress showing her huge baby bump.

    Harry makes a hand gesture and drops his hands while asking her: "You ready to drop?"

    Unsure if Eugenie answers him, she turns her back against him and gently massages her belly.

    Later on when they've sat down in their seats, Harry was seated next to Jack and the pair appeared to be catching up with all the things that happened lately.

    The Duke made a cryptic comment and hinted "it's an eventuality" after Jack said: "It's not quite the life, is it?"

    Harry also mentioned that he felt "sad" after having a meeting and added: "I'm fed up, I've tried talking to him."

    After the Coronation, he was seen leaving the Abbey and reportedly headed back to Buckingham Palace but didn't meet his family.

    Within an approximate stay of 28 hours, he left the country and flew back to California to join Meghan and his two children, Lilibet, one and Archie, who turned four on the Coronation day.

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