Prince Harry has been removed from the script for the coronation of Charles III, but he may still be present
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It looks like Prince Harry, even if he does show up for his father's coronation, will tend to the rear without playing any role.
It happened after his revelations in his memoirs and scandalous interviews. This is reported by The Sunday Times.
According to tradition, during the ceremony, the royal dukes should kneel and pay their respects to the monarch. But this will only be done by the heir to the British throne, Prince William. Since Prince Harry was removed from the script.
Changes to the script were most likely made after the leak of Prince Harry's memoir Spare (“Spare”), the official release of which will not take place until tomorrow, January 10th. But the Spanish version of the memoir leaked online before it hit bookstores, and it was like a bombshell.
In his memoirs, Prince Harry went over his relationship with his brother, and Meghan Markle's scandals with Kate Middleton, and even told how he allegedly asked his father with William not to marry Camilla Parker-Bowles, the current queen consort.
In one of the chapters, he wrote that the members of the royal family did not want to see Meghan at Balmoral Castle on the day of the death of Elizabeth II. And they didn't even take him on board the royal flight. Charles III allegedly asked his son not to bring Meghan, presenting “meaningless and disrespectful” reasons as arguments, but subsequently apologized for this.
A source close to the royal family told the press that Prince William was furious because that Harry wrote in his memoirs. But he will not take revenge on his brother and asked their mutual friends not to comment on the book and subsequent interviews.
“He remains silent for the good of his family and country,” the source said.
But, criticizing his family, Prince Harry is not going to give up his titles. When asked by host Anderson Cooper why he and Meghan hadn't given up their titles, the prince, during an interview on 60 Minutes, replied: “What's the difference?”.