Prince Harry ‘Held Peace Talks’ with King Charles Ahead of Coronation Announcement


Prior to his attendance at the coronation next month being officially announced, Prince Harry had “peace talks” with his father, King Charles III.

On May 6, King Charles and Queen Camilla will be formally crowned.

After relocating to California with his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, in recent years, the Duke of Sussex’s relationship with his father has been tumultuous.

There was much talk about whether their father-son relationship may get better with the publication of Harry’s frank memoir, Spare, in January.

The matter of whether Harry and Meghan will attend the coronation was also hotly debated.

Harry will attend the event, Buckingham Palace confirmed on Wednesday (12 April), while Meghan will stay in California with their kids, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

A friend of the Sussexes claims that Harry contacted Charles before Charles confirmed his attendance for the coronation next month.

According to a friend of the couple, who was quoted by The Telegraph, there had been some “positive conversations” between the father and kid.

According to the article, as part of this reunion, Harry chose not to speak with his older brother, William, Prince of Wales.

Spare provided insight into the difficult relationship between the brothers as Harry claimed that William had physically beaten him in his home before to his wedding.

The last time William and Harry were photographed together in public was in September for the Queen Elizabeth II funeral.

Close pals of Charles and Camilla have been discussing the couple’s arduous path to the throne elsewhere. One source asserted that Camilla is the “yin to Charles’s yang,” and another reflected on the challenges Camilla had in becoming a part of the royal inner circle.

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