LONDON: Prince Harry welcomed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli at Kensington Palace on Tuesday.

Oli was joined by his wife Radhika Shakya for the private audience, British media reported.

Oli is on a two-day visit to United Kingdom from Monday. He held a bilateral meeting with his British counterpart Theresa May today.

The prime minister also held separate meeting with Labor Party leader Mr Jeremy Corbyn at the west minister building today. He also delivered a lecture at Oxford University.

PM Oli also addressed at the Confederation of British Industries at Cavalry Club and British Group Inter Parliamentary Union at West Minister today.

Harry’s official visit Nepal three years ago marked the bicentenary of the Nepal-UK relationship. He also travelled to regions affected by the devastating 2015 earthquake.

He extended his five-day trip to help a disaster response charity rebuild an earthquake-destroyed school, spending an extra six days eating, sleeping and working with Team Rubicon UK volunteers in a remote village of Gorkha.

The duke had long wanted to visit the country due to his admiration and respect for the Gurkha troops he served with in Afghanistan.

He attended a wreath-laying ceremony for fallen Gurkha soldiers at the British Gurkha Camp in Pokhara, Nepal.

He also trekked in the foothills of the Himalayas, spending the night with a Nepalese family in their home in the rural village of Leorani, and watched the sun rise over the mountains.

A recap to Harry’s last visit to Nepal

At a reception hosted by Britain’s Ambassador to Nepal, Richard Morris, at his official residence in Kathmandu, Harry said of his trip: “The people I have met and the beauty of this country make it very hard to leave.”