Coronation of Charles III: Rumors are not true: Prince Harry is allowed to sit with the royal family

A few days ago, an insider claimed in the British newspaper "The Sun" that Harry would attend the coronation of his father Charles III.

Coronation of Charles III: Rumors are not true: Prince Harry is allowed to sit with the royal family

A few days ago, an insider claimed in the British newspaper "The Sun" that Harry would attend the coronation of his father Charles III. not sitting with the other royals, but ten rows behind.

But this claim has now been refuted by the "Daily Mail". According to reports from the newspaper, Prince Harry will be sitting with his royal family members on May 6th. That would also be the usual way if the protocol is followed.

It was also recently said by the former royal butler Paul Burrell that Harry hardly had any time during his visit. Instead, he wanted to leave immediately after the ceremony, because his son Archie celebrates his fourth birthday on the same day. After all, Harry didn't want to miss it. Whether his plans are right will probably only become clear on the day of the coronation.

In any case, observers should be keeping a special eye on Harry that day. After all, it is the first meeting with his family after the publication of his tell-all book "Spare" and an intimate TV interview that went with it.

"Spare" (German: Reserve) was released on January 10 and dominated the headlines even before it was published: Camilla a "wicked stepmother", Prince William "aggressive" and Prince Andrew "shameful". Roughly every member of the royal family has been heavily dealt out.

Some blatant statements are said to have been shortened. Shortly after the Queen's death, Harry wanted to backtrack on some piquant scenes, as the British "Daily Mail" quoted an unspecified source: "It could be that some things in the book don't look so good if they happen so soon after be published after these events. He (Prince Harry) wants sections to be changed now. It is by no means a complete rewrite. He is desperate to make changes, but it may be too late."

Sources: "Daily Mail", "Daily Mail" (October 2022)

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