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King Charles III is reportedly ready to compromise to invite Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to his coronation

February 1, 2023

King Charles III is reportedly willing to compromise to bring his entire family to his upcoming May 6 coronation, though Prince William is said to be strictly opposed to his brother Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle attending the event. The monarch is reportedly keen on having the Sussexes at the coronation and the courtiers are now considering bringing them into the country in a low-profile manner.

Prince Harry and Meghan have been accused of being disruptive and pursuing their own agendas. King Charles is said to be in talks to give an interview of his own addressing his son and daughter-in-law’s allegations and making amends.

Nile Gardener said on GB News (via express) that the Prince of Wales was rightly wary of having the Duke and Duchess of Sussex present at the coronation, but his father doesn’t seem to care about the consequences.

Rumor has it that His Majesty could give an in-depth interview to tell his side of the story after the release of the Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan and the memoir Spare. the DailyMirror claims the BBC is in talks with Buckingham Palace to speak to the King about his plans for the monarchy.

It is seen as an opportunity for King Charles to address the claims Prince Harry made in his autobiography and try to mend the strained relationship between them and the royal family. However, the BBC has not yet commented on the claims.

Given the King’s plan to invite Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over, Prince William is reportedly concerned they will also use it as an opportunity for a stunt. However, King Charles believes their absence will be more obvious than their presence, according to the Mail on Sunday.

Gardiner said the Duke of Cornwall’s instincts were basically correct as he feared Prince Harry and Meghan would be disruptive if they came to the UK. This has something to do with their long track record of speaking out against the royal family and private conversations to sell their books.

He then accused them of pursuing their own agenda, described them as high-level blackmailers and made extraordinary demands of the royal family. He stated that they were unable to make any demands and had to be thrown into the wild as they had no future in the British monarchy.

Despite this, King Charles wants them to attend his coronation so that his youngest son can witness this important day in his life. As such, the courtiers are likely planning how to accommodate Prince Harry and Meghan in a low-key function.