Prince Harry is spotted laughing and joking as he enjoys low-key dinner with friends in west London pub
- Duke of Sussex , 35, ate for around three hours at Brook House Pub in Fulham
- He wore a grey polo shirt to New King’s Road pub and said to be acting ‘normal’
- It comes as Harry forced to delay flying back to Canada amid fresh Palace talks
Prince Harry has been spotted laughing and joking as he enjoyed a low-key dinner with friends in a west London pub.
He wore a grey polo shirt to the New King’s Road venue and was said to have been acting like a ‘normal’ customer before leaving at around 11pm.
The Duke of Sussex (pictured earlier this month), 35, ate for around three hours at Brook House Pub in Fulham last night ahead of further talks with the Royal Family on Monday
He wore a grey polo shirt to the New King’s Road venue (pictured) and was said to have been acting like a normal customer
A witness told Fabulous: ‘He seemed very happy, relaxed.
‘He was sat in the middle of seven guys and they spent a good few hours laughing and joking.
‘He seems like he was just a normal guy enjoying a few beers and a meal with his pals.’
The eatery, which sits over the road from Eel Brook Common, offers main meals of up to £25 – for the roast Cornish cod.
It has been given four stars for food, three and a half for service, and three and a half for value on TripAdvisor.
Harry has previously been seen out drinking down the road in The Cross Keys in Chelsea, as well as Bunga Bunga just over the Thames in Battersea.
It comes as the Prince was forced to delay flying back to Canada to be reunited with Meghan and baby Archie because he of his fresh talks with the Palace on Monday.
The Queen appeared stony-faced as she drove through Sandringham on Saturday while Harry prepared for more meetings in the UK
The Queen, who wore a steely expression behind the wheel of her Land Rover at Sandringham on Saturday, had ordered courtiers to hammer out a plan ‘in days, not weeks’ for a stripped-back Royal role for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
As she drove through her Norfolk estate, Her Majesty wrapped up against the winter chill in a patterned head scarf and dark glasses.
Following a crunch summit between Princes Charles, William and Harry last Monday, the Queen agreed to let the Sussexes step back from official duties and tasked Palace aides with drawing up a blueprint for the couple’s future in double-time.
But negotiations have since stretched on for five days because both parties are at loggerheads and unable to navigate a way through the deadlock.
Buckingham Palace has confirmed to MailOnline that Harry, who was previously believed to be digging his heels in over securing a good financial settlement, has further meetings in the UK on Monday.
This is despite his desire to return to Canada to be with Meghan and eight-month-old Archie, who he has not seen for almost two weeks.