Prince Harry will attend his father’s coronation. Charles III’s accession ceremony to the British throne is scheduled for May 6. According to Buckingham Palace, the King’s daughter-in-law, Duchess of Sussex Megan will not appear in the UK that day, but will stay at the family home in Montecito, California, with their children Princess Lilibet and the Prince Archie. On the day of the coronation, the grandson of Charles III will celebrate his 4th birthday.
“Buckingham Palace is delighted to confirm that the Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation Ceremony at Westminster Abbey on May 6,” Royal Protocol said in a press release.
Prince Harry visited his homeland in March this year and also did so alone, attending court hearings in the disinformation case published in the British tabloid Daily Mail. Apparently, with his father and brother, Prince William, Harry did not meet.
Prince Charles with son. Switzerland, March 2005
Photo credit: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
Earlier, the youngest son of Charles III said that for some years he has been experiencing tension in relations with those close to him. He was born after the Prince and his wife Meghan stepped down as working members of the Royal Family in January 2020. It is also unknown whether Harry met his father and brother after his memoir, the book ‘Spare’ was published. , where he revealed the details of the family dispute, and also admitted that despite this, he would like to continue the monarchy.
In an interview with Good Morning America host Michael Strahan in January this year, Harry said that by revealing the truth he hopes to reunite with his family. “If we can come to a common denominator, it will have a ripple effect on the world,” the prince said. “I really believe in it, and it’s something that drives me. If it doesn’t happen, it will be very sad.
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