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Prince Harry exposed: Royal fans shocked after spotting Duke of Sussex in Buenos Aires

The Duke was seen with his top off and bottom half-covered with fish scales in the hilarious depiction of Harry as a 'Merman' posted onto Twitter. Users of the social media site could not contain their amusement as they responded to the post with a multitude of witty puns.

One said: “ Well, he's certainly out of his depth now.”

Another responded: “ As a likeness, it’s a bit hit and myth.”

A third commented: “ He is a catch”

A fourth exclaimed: “ Neither the time or the plaice”

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Royal fans have been shocked by the latest sighting of Harry (Image: GETTY)

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PRINCE HARRY has been seen outside a fish restaurant in Buenos Aires. (Image: FERGUS BUTLER TWITTER)

It comes after Harry touched down in Edinburgh yesterday.

The Duke will appear at the summit to host a summit for Travalyst.

His return to Britain is for the promotion of his environmental-friendly flight scheme.

A spokesperson explained the initiative: “To transform travel and tourism so that every holiday people take, every trip they book, will have a positive impact and better protect the destinations and communities they visit.

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It comes after Harry was spotted touching down in Edinburgh yesterday. (Image: GETTY)

“Whether it is through the activities people do, where they stay, or how they get there, we are looking for ways to make it easier for everyone to choose, and for the industry to provide more purposeful and sustainable options.

"Key stakeholders in travel and tourism from across Scotland have been invited to come together for a series of workshops and discussions to explore the sustainability challenges and opportunities at hand, gather critical feedback on the principles and frameworks that have been developed thus far and begin designing pilot projects for further collaboration in Scotland.

"Sessions will also include discussion on the challenges and opportunities around ensuring Scotland receives socio-economic benefits from travel, with an exploration of some of the activities of local social entrepreneurs.”

Royal fans have blasted the eco-warrior Prince for his “hypocritical” return to the UK after Harry has been spotted frequently flying private jet.

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The Duke will appear at the summit to host a summit for Travalyst. His return to Britain is for the promotion of his environmental-friendly flight scheme titled “Travalyst.” (Image: GETTY)

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Royal fans have blasted the eco-warrior Prince for his “hypocritical” return to UK (Image: GETTY)

One remarked: “ That’s one small step for prints. One giant frequent Flyer carbon footprint for mankind

A second observed: “Congratulations finally did something eco-friendly. Will his 1st wife do the same?”

A third commented: “ Commercial flight & train to promote his eco-tourism business then back to private jets soon no doubt. Did he call that paparazzi photographer himself? Or perhaps Meghan did it for him. She's the expert in that area.”

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Royal Family Tree (Image: EXPRESS)

Prince Harry and Meghan have isolated their fans of late after it was revealed that they are “finding disrespect to Queen really difficult.”

Royal expert Robert Hardman said the pair have shown “bad manners” in their dealings with the Queen.

Mr Hardman said: "I think the one thing in that statement over the weekend that even their supporters are finding really difficult is this disrespect to the Queen.

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Prince Harry also met with Boris Johnson at UK-Africa Investment Summit (Image: GETTY)

"This extraordinary statement within this very long statement where they say actually it is not up to the Queen or the British Government who uses the word royal internationally, they have no jurisdiction.

"That is wrong in law, there are various international rules governing trademarks...but it is effectively saying that the Queen doesn’t own this issue anyway."