Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are yet to confirm their attendance to the King’s Coronation on May 6.
Prince Harry and Meghan have yet to confirm their attendance at the Coronation in May
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attending the Coronation this spring will “ruin it” for King Charles III, a royal expert has claimed.
Royal author Tom Bower has said that “people were sick” of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and that they would rather the couple completely scrap any idea of the coming to UK in May. Speaking to GB News, Mr Bower called the King a “weak” man for worrying about his youngest son.
He said: “I think if he allows Harry to come to the Coronation, it is going to ruin the Coronation. It’ll be overshadowed by Harry’s presence and Meghan’s too.
“So, I think Charles has to make a decision now. The King has to decide and I think that people are on the whole getting sick to death of Harry.” The Coronation will take place at Westminster Abbey on May 6.
Harry and Meghan warned they will struggle to repair their reputation and win back support
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been warned they will struggle to repair their reputation. The couple will find it “very hard to recover [their] reputation”, particularly as their feud with the Royal Family continues, a PR expert has claimed.
Go Up founder and PR expert, Edward Coram-James has warned the couple against “crying wolf” over the recent South Park parody.
Mr Coram-James told the Daily Star the “ridicule” on South Park marks a “new low” for the Sussexes.
He added this is because “so many respected people have faced similar fates of South Park shows that, on its own, reputationally this is not a problem and would be easily recoverable.”
The PR expert added: “What, however, is not so easy to recover from is the growing sense that even the Sussexes’ most naturally-aligned base are seeming to question their storylines and alleged double standards.
Harry and Meghan appearing for the Queen’s Jubilee last summer
Princess Charlotte and Lady Louise Windsor to have very similar futures in Royal Family
Princess Charlotte and Lady Louise Windsor are set to have very similar futures. The two younger royals have reportedly been raised to not expect to be working members of the Royal Family.
It has been reported that the Prince and Princess of Wales are bringing up their only daughter with the expectation that she won’t be a full-time royal.
Writing in his Palace Confidential newsletter, the Daily Mail’s diary editor Richard Eden reported that William and Kate are keen for their daughter to forge a career, in the future, away from her royal roots.
He wrote that the royal couple are raising her with the “expectation that she will get a job”.
Despite this, there was no mention of the couple’s third child, and second son, Prince Louis.
Prince George to be a ‘focus’ at King Charles’s Coronation
Prince George is second-in-line to the throne and is set to become the next Prince of Wales.
King Charles’s Coronation will maintain the focus on the monarch himself and his direct successors, a royal historian believes. This means Prince George, who turns 10 in July, will be seen multiple times during the historic event, author Dr Tessa Dunlop said. Appearing on the Mail+’s programme Palace Confidential, Dr Dunlop said: “You want to keep it focused on that line of succession. So we are going to see a lot of camera shots of Charles, of William, of George.” During Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation, the now King Charles was only five, but was included in several shots taken inside Westminster Abbey as he stood prominently on the royal box between the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. The Coronation will take place at Westminster Abbey on May 6.