British Prince Harry may not be invited to father’s coronation
Prince Harry may not be invited to his father’s coronation, according to royal sources, because of the harsh criticism directed at his family in his most recent book, “Spare.”
The royals, according to The Sun, are concerned that portions of their conversations might appear in a paperback version of Prince Harry’s memoir.
Prince Harry may or may not accept an invitation from Prince Charles if invited to attend the coronation.
In order to promote his best-selling biography, “Spare,” the Duke of Sussex began an effort at a charm offensive when appearing on the US “TalkBack” show.
The amount of information about their life he has made public has apparently shocked and wounded his family.
The Sun was informed by a source that, “Family members are already discussing. And Edward and Anne are not left out.
“They do not want private conversations at the coronation making it into the paperback edition of ‘Spare’.
A royal insider with ties to the family later added; “It would be hard for Prince Harry and his family to attend the coronation after all he said.”
The coronation, which will take place in 16 weeks, will be a more compact event than ever before, reflecting King Charles’ goals for a more condensed monarchy.
The palace has not yet released the ceremony’s schedule, and the guest lists have not yet been decided.
The event, according to the organizers, will be based in long-standing traditions and pageantry while reflecting the monarch’s position today and looking toward the future.