Prince Harry is reportedly using an exclusive $10.5k VIP service which allows you all the special privileges while travelling at airports.

As he makes his way between London and Los Angeles, it’s no wonder why he splurged for the package during his latest trip to the UK in July.

Harry flew from the United States to England to attend the unveiling of a statue of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, at Kensington Palace.

The royal was in England for just under a week, before spending five days in quarantine at Frogmore Cottage.

He also attended a charity event and the statue unveiling on July 1.

Prince Harry was quick to return to his new home in Los Angeles however, to be with his wife and their two children, Archie and Lilibet Diana.

Harry has paid for his experience through airports to be much more smoother than regular passengers after he used The Private Suite, described as “the most VIP way through the airport”.

This means the Duke is able to exit the plane before other passengers.

He was reportedly then picked in an SUV and taken to a private terminal to collect luggage and move through passport control all in isolation.

Members pay $6000 a year to join The Private Suite and another $4600 per trip.

He also chose a commercial flight for both trips when he came to the UK for the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip in April.

The Duke of Sussex was forced to defend his wife Meghan Markle however, after it was revealed she used a private plane multiple times around the same time as he launched a global initiative to promote sustainable travel.

Harry and Meghan were heavily criticised for using four private jets in just 11 days during the British summer.

Speaking at the launch of Travalyst in the Netherlands, Harry revealed he flies commercially “99 per cent of the time”.

He went on to state he chooses to travel with Meghan and baby Archie on private jets in “unique” situations in order to keep his family “safe”.

This article originally appeared on Over60.