King Charles: A bishop should save the relationship with Harry


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 King Charles: A bishop should save the relationship with Harry
King Charles and Prince Harry © BANG Showbiz

King Charles has reportedly asked the Archbishop of Canterbury for help with Prince Harry.

The 74-year-old monarch is hoping Justin Welby can help secure an agreement with the Duke of Sussex to attend his coronation in May. However, Charles is concerned at the opposition of his elder son Prince William, who is said to be afraid his estranged brother - who has made a number of allegations against his family and the royal institution in his memoir 'Spare' and in interviews - the opportunity would use to stage a 'stunt'. That would overshadow the historic event.

Charles is said to believe that if Harry and his wife Meghan did not attend the coronation at Westminster Abbey it would be a greater distraction than their presence, so he is willing to agree concessions including a high-profile seated position at Westminster Abbey and an informal assurance that the couple - who stepped down from royal duties in 2020 - can keep their titles.

A source told the Mail on Sunday newspaper: 'The question is whether they will attend the coronation and if they do, under what conditions. The family is divided and everything indicates that Harry is advised not to agree to any agreement at this point and to wait until the last minute, which makes negotiations with him very difficult. Harry's camp made it clear that the idea that he would just attend the coronation and behave but then be stripped of his titles was a total impossibility. While he may eventually decide to discard his titles of his own accord, he rejects the idea of ​​forcibly losing them. He resents being publicly lumped in with Andrew as the two 'problem princes' when he thinks the circumstances are completely different.'

The archbishop, who will preside over the coronation ceremony, was first asked to act as mediator between William and Harry shortly after Queen Elizabeth's death in September.
Both Lambeth Palace, which handles the Archbishop's affairs, and Buckingham Palace declined to comment, while Harry's representatives did not respond to a request for comment.

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