- Prince Harry attended the opening of the Silverstone Experience, a new museum that celebrates the history and culture of British motor racing.
- The duke is continuing to complete remaining royal duties before officially transitioning into post-royal life starting April 1st.
- Harry and wife Duchess Meghan made their return to the public eye with an appearance at the 2020 Endeavor Fund Awards yesterday.
Prince Harry made a visit to the opening of the Silverstone Experience—a new immersive museum about British motor racing—on Friday. The visit marks one of his remaining royal engagements before transitioning away from royal life.
The Duke of Sussex made a grand arrival in a Mercedes driven by Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton for the occasion. Harry met with local schoolchildren and Formula One celebrity drivers such as Damon Hill, George Russell, and Alex Albon.
Per the Sussex Royal Instagram account, the museum highlights "the extensive heritage of Silverstone and British motor racing to life" and "showcases the rich history of the sport, which we hope, will inspire future generations to come."
Prince Harry has remained busy since returning back to the U.K. late last month. The duke also participated in a recording session alongside Jon Bon Jovi at Abbey Road Studios and spoke at a summit for the eco-tourism company Travalyst. Just last night, Harry and Duchess Meghan made their return to the public eye while attending the 2020 Endeavor Fund Awards. Next week, both Meghan and Harry are expected to attend a Commonwealth Day service, reuniting with Prince William, Duchess Kate and of course, the queen.
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