One less mystery about the organization of the coronation of Charles III: it seems that the king has sent an invitation to his son, Prince Harry, for the coronation on May 6. According to “The Sun”, it is on his computer that the Duke of Sussex was surprised to receive the announcement.
Will come, will not come? The bets are officially on! Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have an important decision to make: the coronation of King Charles III will take place on May 6, 2023 and Westminster Abbey is beginning to fill, some have already assured the king of their presence, and the invitation cards have already been sent.
In order to save paper or perhaps to save the purchase of an international stamp, Buckingham Palace would have sent the Sussexes a digital version of the announcement. According to The Sun, on March 5, 2023, “a Sussex spokesman confirmed that Harry had recently received an email from Her Majesty’s office about the coronation.
The British newspaper reports the words of a representative of the couple who seems to have quoted only “Harry“. Was the invitation only for the prince? Or is this a regular practice? As a couple, or as a single man, Prince Harry will, nevertheless, have to make a decision now that the king has thrown the ball in his court: stay in the United States and risk widening the gap between him and his family, or come to the coronation and suffer the probable booing of the crowd, and the discomfort that may result from the situation.
Prince Harry spoke again
It can not be said that Prince Harry is making much effort to send positive signals to his family. This Saturday, March 4, he gave an explosive interview – live on social networks – to Gabor Maté, a Canadian doctor and best-selling author, as announced in late January Penguin Random House, the publishing house that published his memoirs.
Faced with the trauma expert, Prince Harry was pushed to speak about his childhood, marked by the death of his mother, and his desire to free himself from the British royal family. Our colleagues from the Daily Express, who watched this interview, reported that the specialist had asked Meghan Markle‘s husband, among other things, if he considered himself a victim. A question to which the latter answered in the negative. “I’m not a victim,” considered the father of Archie and Lilibet. I am really grateful to be able to share my story and help others” to do the same. Afterwards, he assured that he “does not and has never sought compassion.
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