King Charles brings Archbishop Of Canterbury to resolve dispute between William, Harry
Charles George, the King of England, has asked Justin Welby, the archbishop of Canterbury, to mediate a settlement between his estranged sons Williams and Harry.
The King wants Prince Harry, his younger son, to attend his coronation, according to Daily Mail.
Prince William, however, worries that Harry will conduct a stunt at the coronation if the visit isn’t carefully planned, according to the outlet.
According to the source, Charles also wants the Archbishop to mediate a settlement between William and Harry so that Harry and Meghan can attend the coronation in May.
He believes that their absence would be more distracting than their attendance.
The Daily Mail further reported that William worries that the Sussexes will overshadow the occasion and that he will steal the show by, for instance, going on a walkabout with Meghan in an underprivileged area of London.
In September, shortly after the Queen’s passing, the Archbishop, who would preside over the coronation, was requested to act as a mediator between William and Harry.
Since 1953, no one has been crowned a monarch, and he acknowledged having dreams about the coronation going wrong.
Welby now has to find a solution that will please both William and Harry so that he can attend the coronation.
Hopefully, in doing so, he can help to mend the tense relationship between the brothers. This pressure is on top of the pressure of conducting the coronation.