Prince Harry and his wife Meghan relocated to the USA just over two years ago after stepping down from their official royal roles.

Now, it appears the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have welcomed their very first family member to the USA since the pair moved across the Atlantic from the UK.

This year, the biggest sporting event of the year in the American calendar, the Superbowl, took place just outside of Los Angeles, California and the Duke of Sussex was in attendance with a fellow royal family member.

Eagle-eyed fans spotted the 37-year-old on television with his cousin Princess Eugenie watching the Cincinnati Bengals face off with the Los Angeles Rams in the American Football game.

The pair were sitting together with masks on watching the game, although it was unclear who they were cheering for.

Many fans shared screengrabs of the pair at the game on social media, adding they were pleased to see the Duke of Sussex reunite with his cousin.

“Cousins stick together,” one fan said. “So glad #PrinceHarry has at least one supporting family member.”

Meghan didn’t attend the game, nor did Princess Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank. It’s also unknown if he and their son August travelled the US with his wife.

The royal family’s relationship has been strained with the Sussexes over the last two years after the pair stepped back from royal duties.

Prince Harry alluded to this in his and Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, admitting there was one point his father, Prince Charles, stopped taking his calls.

However, it’s been reported since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their second child, baby Lilibet, things between the two parties have improved.

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