Prince Harry: This is how he should be isolated from Prince William

After months of back and forth, it has been clear since yesterday that Prince Harry (38) without his wife, Duchess Meghan (41), for the coronation of King Charles III.

Prince Harry: This is how he should be isolated from Prince William

After months of back and forth, it has been clear since yesterday that Prince Harry (38) without his wife, Duchess Meghan (41), for the coronation of King Charles III. (74) will appear. As the British "Express" reports, citing an insider source, the palace is now planning to place Harry "several rows" behind the other most prominent royals in Westminster Abbey. In this way, particularly “unpleasant encounters” between Harry and his brother Prince William (40) should be avoided.

Accordingly, Harry's arrival at the traditional Westminster Abbey in the heart of London should be "meticulously planned to the minute" to ensure that there is no confrontation with brother William at all. According to the report, Harry will then sit in the church so far away from William and the other high-ranking members of his royal family that he cannot be seen in a joint TV shot with them. The aim of this is to make meaningful glances between those involved impossible from the outset.

Meanwhile, the British "Daily Mail" reports, citing unnamed insider sources, that Prince Harry should probably not be prepared to talk to most of his relatives. The royals are "not interested in speaking to the Duke, apart from basic greetings."

Only the princesses Beatrice (34) and Eugenie (33) could be an exception here, as they are said to be benevolent towards Harry.

Buckingham Palace confirmed on Wednesday that Prince Harry will arrive at Westminster Abbey without his wife Duchess Meghan for the coronation of his father, King Charles III, on May 6th. Meghan is said to remain in California with their children Archie (3) and Lilibet (1). May 6th is also little Archie's fourth birthday.

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