King Charles’ coronation is just 16 weeks away which will also see Queen Camilla installed alongside her husband on May 6. Buckingham Palace announced that the historic ceremony will be held at Westminster Abbey in London.
Despite hopes that the King may extend an olive branch to his youngest son, the Duke of Sussex, a source has claimed that the shocking allegations n Harry’s book may have destroyed his chances of attending.
It has been reported that senior royals, including Princess Anne, 72, and Prince Edward, 58, are concerned his attendance will see private details about the occasion used in the public arena at a later date.
A source told The Sun: “There have been discussions among the family, including Edward and Anne.
“They do not want private conversations at the Coronation making it into the paperback edition of Spare.”
Insiders previously told The Sun that the King was warned to stop taking phone calls from his youngest son and to instead ask him to email his assistant any requests amid fears of recording devices for the Netflix series.
The concerns were proven to be rightly placed after the 38-year-old published the private text messages between Meghan Markle and the Princess of Wales about the row over bridesmaid’s dresses.
Harry’s Megxit memoir ‘Spare’ also makes public a number of conversations between the Prince and his aunt, the Princess Royal, his father, and his brother.
Harry alleged he and William were arguing after Prince Philip’s funeral, which caused the future king and bereaved son to tell his children: “Please, boys, don’t make my final years a misery.”
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It has also been reported that Harry has “crossed Charles’ red line” after he attacked the Queen Consort, Camilla, by calling her a “villain” who was “in bed with the devil”, which is what he calls the press.
The Prince claimed that Camilla leaked stories to the press in order to improve her own image.
Meanwhile, the relationship between Harry and William has never seemed so fractured.
The only member of the Royal Family who is known to be on good terms with both the Sussexes and the rest of the Firm is Princess Eugenie.
It is thought that the final guest list for the coronation is yet to be drawn up.
Express.co.uk has approached Buckingham Palace for comment.