Prince Harry seemed unbothered and unaffected by the recent drama shaking his family during a recent conference he attended.
While hosting the Travalyst working summit held in the Scottish capital, Edinburg, former labor advisor Ayesha Hazarika had the opportunity to interact with Prince Harry.
Once they step down, the couple, who have chosen to split their time between their new home in North America and the UK, would also stop receiving public funds...
During the disclosure, which had come in an interview with "Good Morning Britain," Ayesha explained that Harry had appeared "warm and relaxed."
The 44-year-old added that Harry didn't look anything like "a man wracked with anxiety" about the debate over his and Meghan Markle's titles after their decision to step down as senior royals.
When the labor adviser had introduced him by his name, the crowd had given Harry a round of applause and he had, in turn, greeted Ayesha warmly before he took over the stage.
People pointed out that this would be the Duke of Sussex's first high-profile event since he, his wife and their 9-month-old son, Archie moved to Canada.
Just last week, the Sussexes announced that they would no longer use their "Sussex Royal" brand or any variation of the word "royal" going forward.
Meghan and Harry are expected to formally step down as senior working members of the royal family on March 31.
Once they step down, the couple, who have chosen to split their time between their new home in North America and the UK, would also stop receiving public funds as reported by BBC News.
Amid the family drama, Harry and Meghan had released a statement that took a swipe at the Palace where they made it clear that the monarch and the Government would have been powerless to stop them if they had chosen to keep using the "royal" brand abroad.
"It was their decision to do this and the family is clearly trying their best to facilitate it. But it inevitably requires sacrifices on both sides..."
Royal observers have kept themselves abreast of the issues and cannot wait to see what would happen in spring.