Royal Flying Scare! Plane Carrying Duke And Duchess Of Sussex Was Forced To Abort Landing In Sydney Due To Potential Danger

October 26, 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wrapped up their visit to Tonga after amazing several days on the island.


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It's bittersweet to see the royal couple leave, but they've done an amazing job during this royal tour and we're all grateful for having the opportunity to follow their adventures.

However, Harry and Meghan's departure wasn't all smooth. The couple's plane had an emergency upon landing in Sydney, and we have all the details.


The plane carrying royals couldn't land in Sydney due to what's known as a missed approach, as reported by royal correspondents on Twitter. The pilot had to circle the airport because there was a danger of landing too close to another missile due to the runway not being cleared.

Captain Nigel Rosser and co-pilot Ann Cole navigated the situation perfectly and landed Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as well as other passengers on board, safely in Sydney.

Royal fans were relieved to hear that Harry and Meghan were safe.

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We're happy to hear that the royal couple is okay, wishing them safe travels!

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