Coronation of King Charles III: There shall be no 'circus'.


Writed by - Andy Gocker
  Coronation of King Charles III: There shall be no"Zirkus" geben
Prince Harry (left) and King Charles III. in London in 2018. © imago images/i Images, SpotOn

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The situation before the coronation of King Charles III. (74) is apparently tense after Prince Harry (38) published his autobiography 'Reserve' (original title: 'Spare'). According to a report by the Sunday Times, insiders now say that 'peace talks' between the parties are quite possible.

Charles' second son unpacks the book strongly and does not put several members of the British royal family, especially Prince William (40), in a good light. The relationship between the brothers in particular had been tense for years. According to media reports, the publication of the autobiography, in which Harry reports, among other things, that his brother allegedly grabbed him and threw him to the ground, was not very beneficial.

But the relationship between Harry and William and the other royals is 'repairable,' an anonymous source has now said. The parties would then have to show understanding and admit that not everything went right in the past. The best thing would be for Harry to fly home and sit down with his father Charles, brother William and other family members. Another insider meanwhile explains that Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan (41), must be invited before the coronation, otherwise everything threatens to become a big 'circus and a distraction'.

'I am willing to forgive you'

Prince Harry could well accept such an invitation to 'peace talks'. In an interview with Bryony Gordon for the British 'Telegraph', the 38-year-old just said that he would like a private conversation. 'I'm willing to forgive you for everything you've done. And I wish you would really sit down with me and instead of saying I'm delusional or paranoid [...] have a real conversation lead over it.'

In a TV interview with ITV 1, Harry had previously stated that he would welcome talks. But he also left it open whether he would even come to the coronation, which is planned for May 6th, if he received an invitation: 'A lot can still happen before then. But the door is always open. The ball is on the table in their field. There's a lot to talk about and I really hope they're willing to sit down and talk about it.'

It is currently uncertain whether Prince Harry and his wife will attend the traditional ceremony. According to a report by the 'Independent' from a few days ago, according to an insider close to the royal family, an invitation will be given, but at least in the palace they are expected to stay away from the coronation and 'find a reason not to come'.

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