Next May, Charles III will be crowned
Prince Harry shouldn’t be invited
Indeed, according to different sources, Charles III took a radical decision

Next May, Charles III will finally be crowned. A ceremony eagerly awaited by the British crown, which currently has other fish to fry. Indeed, the royal family of England lives to the rhythm of the revelations of prince Harry, who, in recent months has been very strong. Indeed, the husband of Meghan Markle is illustrated in his series broadcast on Netflix, Harry & Meghan. Then there were excerpts from his autobiography, called The Substitute, in which he denounces in particular a violent argument with his brother, reveals to have already consumed cocaine or even killed 25 Taliban soldiers, pissing off the British army.

Faced with all these revelations, it seems very complicated for Charles III to invite his second son to his coronation. The Sunday Times Royal Editor Roya Nikkhah said: “I can also reveal that Prince Harry has been left out of the coronation script, with no official role in the service if he attends. Breaking with tradition, Charles will delete the kneeling royal dukes paying homage to the monarch”. A small revolution therefore for the British Crown which thus sees a tradition totally broken because of the behavior of Prince Harry.

Prince William will be the only one to play a role in the coronation

Another source told The Times: “If Harry is successful, he may be relieved to learn that he will not be required to kneel down and pledge allegiance to his father. In a major break with tradition, Charles abandoned the act of the royal dukes kneeling to “pay homage” before touching the crown and kissing the monarch’s right cheek. William will be the only member of the royal family to carry out the tradition. A well-placed source said: ‘As things stand, Harry has no role to play in the service.

Coronation of Charles III: towards an exclusion of Prince Harry after his shock revelations?

Charles III and Prince Harry © Agency

Maria T.
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