In response to Prince Harry, who revealed intimacies of the royal family in the book “Spare” (“O Que Sobra”, in the Brazilian version) and in the documentary “Harry & Meghan” (Netflix), as physical fights between him and his brother William, King Charles III could break his silence on the matter as he prepares for an interview with the BBC, Britain’s state broadcaster. The information is from the British tabloid Mirror.
Charles, 74, will be crowned on May 6 and, according to the Mirror, would have asked the Archbishop of Canterbury to help reach an agreement for Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle, 41, to attend the historic event.
According to the tabloid, the king would feel that the couple’s absence would be a greater distraction than their presence itself. And for that reason, he would be willing to offer concessions to persuade them to attend.
If the palace agrees to the interview with the state broadcaster, Charles can clarify the drama of the so-called “Megxit” (a reference to “Brexit”, the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union), in which Harry and Meghan stopped working as members of the real family.
Charles Prince William, 40, and his wife Kate Middleton, 41, have kept quiet following Harry’s exposure, which also include allegations such as a disagreement between Meghan and Kate over dresses and the two princes’ rocky relationship with Queen Consort Camilla, 75.
While the King wishes to have the couple present for his coronation, the Mail on Sunday reports that Prince William has reservations about their presence.
Sources told the newspaper that the future king was concerned that his brother would overshadow the event, using it as a “manoeuvre”.
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