Hunt for missing Royals enters sixth hour confirm BBC

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive at Fua'amotu Airport, Tonga. 
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The hunt for missing Royals Harry and Meghan Windsor – who have not been seen for nearly six hours – will continue until they are found confirmed BBC Royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell.
The couple were last seen heading for their hotel room late on Saturday night after attending the Invictus Games in Sydney and have not been seen since.

‘Police Search and Rescue teams have already combed the hotel lobby and the restaurant areas in search of the couple but there is still no sign,’ confirmed the ashen-faced correspondent. ‘Their disappearance is completely out of character. We usually run a piece on the Royals every three or four hours….to go this long without an update is worrying.’ ‘They could of course, simply have gone to bed to sleep for the night….but there was no official announcement about it….which is also worrying.’

Photos of the Duke and Duchess have been posted on nearby lamp-posts and leaflets were handed out to members of the public asking if they had seen or heard of the missing couple in the last few hours. Police tracker dogs were busy searching the nearby car parks, vehicles were stopped and searched.

‘All Harry has to do is call home or maybe call a friend…they are not in any trouble…we are simply concerned by their sudden disappearance’. confirmed Witchell

34 year old Harry is described as being 6’2” tall, weighing around 73kg with ginger hair. Mother-to-be Meghan is describes as being ‘dazzling, stunning, ravishing and glamourous’ by former BBC correspondent Jennie Bond.

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