Mission ‘Harry in a hurry’ may see 48hr Coronation visit without Meghan


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle haven’t yet shared whether they intend to attend King Charles’s Coronation.


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Prince Harry may attend the Coronation of King Charles alone (Image: GETTY)

Prince George was ‘annoyed’ and ‘confused’ after learning the state of the planet

Prince George was left “annoyed” and “confused” after learning about the state of the planet, Prince William once revealed.

The future King said his son once participated in litter picking sessions that helped him understand the environment but ultimately left him frustrated.

He revealed the Prince’s reaction when finding a route they had cleaned was already littered again the next day during an appearance on a BBC podcast in 2021.

He said George was “confused and a bit sort of annoyed” that “they went out litter picking one day, and then the very next day they did the same route, same time and pretty much all the same litter they picked up back again”.

He added: “And I think that for him he was trying to understand how and where it all came from.

“He couldn’t understand, he’s like, ‘well, we cleaned this. Why has it not gone away?’”

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Meghan ‘not going to be happy’ after Harry’s first ‘mysterious’ lover speaks out

Meghan Markle “won’t be happy” after Sasha Walpole, Prince Harry’s first lover, spoke out this weekend.

Ms Walpole revealed that she was the woman who took the royal’s virginity this weekend in an interview with the Daily Mail.

Royal commentators have welcomed her comments, with Robert Jobson stating she seems “down to Earth”.

But he suggested her decision to speak out could ruffle some feathers in the Prince’s household.

Writing on Twitter, he said: “Not sure Meg will like Sasha Walpole telling Piers Morgan that the Harry she knew seems under a spell.

“But ‘H’ started it by writing about her.”

King Charles tipped to in Kate’s footsteps at Coronation service

An expert has revealed that they suspect King Charles will attempt to tie in his lifelong work on climate change in with his coronation.

Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk Dr George Gross, Visiting Research Fellow in Theology at King’s College London, said coronations typically include a personal flare from the monarch.

These personal touches help send a message to the public, and Dr Gross said he believes the King will follow Kate, the Princess of Wales, and deck the event with some greenery.

He said: “I suspect they will possibly follow William and Catherine’s wedding, where there were trees lined up.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if they went for something like that, and then plant the trees across the country.

“I would be surprised if, given climate has been such a big topic for him throughout his life, that was not to be represented in some way at his Coronation.”


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