King Charles is determined to have his son, Harry, attend his coronation in May. Courtiers are figuring out how to bring the Duke and Duchess back into the royal fold in a “low profile” capacity for his big day, according to sources, although tension remains high with his brother, Prince William.
Harry has been critical of William in his tell-all memoir, Spare.
At one point, the Duke accuses his brother of physically attacking him. Harry also portrays William’s wife, Kate, in an unflattering light, revealing tense moments between Meghan and the Princess of Wales.
His stepmother, Camilla, Queen Consort, is not spared from the firing line either, calling her a “villain” who leaked stories to the press.
Sources close to William say trust may be irreparably broken between Harry and his brother.
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Prince Harry has been tipped to skip King Charles’s coronation after two US broadcasters allegedly approached the Duke of Sussex to comment on the ceremony.
The Duke’s potential coronation role was first tipped in the Sunday Express a few weeks back where it was revealed TV companies were attempting to lure him to join their media teams.
Speaking on behalf of Spin Genie, royal commentator Charles Rae said: “There are also rumors that Harry has been offered a lot of money by two broadcasters to comment on the Coronation.
“Of course, if they came their presence would undoubtedly take the shine away from Charles and Camilla on what should be a fantastic celebration – not only for them, but the country.
“Clearly the focus would be on them and not the newly crowned King and Queen Consort.”