On May 6th, Prince Harry will be in the UK to attend the coronation of his father, Charles III. However, as a Royal expert told The Express UK on 25 April, his older brother will be determined not to speak to him!
On 6 May, King Charles III will finally be crowned. A highly anticipated ceremony during which crowned-heads fans will be able to see several members of the royal family. But if Prince Harry is travelling from the United States to be present at this historic event, it is likely that he will not receive a warm welcome.
A Royal commentator told the Express UK on Tuesday 25 April that there will be a lot of tension between Prince William and Prince Harry on Coronation Day. According to him, the two sons of Charles III “will not exchange a word” during the ceremony – scheduled for Westminster Abbey -. The reason for this is that the king’s eldest son did not appreciate the revelations made by his brother in his memoirs, The Substitute. Hurt by the information revealed by his younger brother, Kate Middleton’s husband is said to have a tenacious grudge…
Prince William: this affront he does not forget
On April 21, the Daily Mail revealed that Prince William did not appreciate a specific passage in his little brother’s memoirs. The one where Meghan Markle’s husband recounts their altercation, which occurred in 2019. In The Spare, we can read that when William allegedly called Meghan Markle a “difficult” woman and “rude”, the two brothers then exchanged several pet names before coming to blows.
“He grabbed me by the collar, ripping my collar, and he knocked me to the ground. I landed on the dog bowl, which broke under my back, the pieces cutting me. I stood there for a moment, dazed, then got up and told him to get out,” Prince Harry recounted in the pages of his memoirs. A previously private dispute that the Prince of Wales did not like to see in the press…
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