The coronation of King Carlos III and the queen consort Camila is getting closer and in addition to being a historical event, the presence of Harry and Meghan Markle is something that undoubtedly generates curiosity.
In recent months, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have continued to attack the British monarchy through the premiere of their docuseries and “Spare”Harry’s memoir, so his attendance at the monarch’s coronation is still unclear.
However, a source close to King Charles III assures that he could give Prince Harry and Meghan Markle some incentives to travel to the United Kingdom and witness their coronation on May 6.
Through this source, the British tabloid “The Mirror” revealed that the monarch, son of the late Elizabeth II, approached Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, who is organizing the event, to involve his youngest son. in the ceremony.
Among the main incentives that Carlos III could offer Harry are a high-profile position and most importantly, being able to keep his royal titles.
The same close person has hinted that Prince Harry has considered giving up his titles; however, he does not agree with their removal: “He opposes the idea of being forcibly stripped of them.”
about to break the silence
And while the coronation arrives, it recently emerged that King Charles III is considering giving an explosive interview with the BBC to react to the attacks made by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who since their departure from the British monarchy have issued endless accusations against the royal family.
The most recent “attacks” reflected in “Spare”, the memoir of the Duke of Sussex that was released on January 10, have given much to talk about.
According to “The Mirror”, King Carlos received a request from the BBC to carry out a report on the occasion of his coronation on May 6.
According to reports, The famous news portal wants the 74-year-old monarch to give his version of the events narrated by Prince Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle, 41, in his docuseries and memoir.
This is precisely the situation that the royal palace is analyzing since any type of comment about the Dukes of Sussex could cause a great impact and be analyzed in different aspects.
“Plans are already underway for BBC coverage of the coronation, and you want to profile the monarch, but it’s not customary to avoid topics in interviews, so that complicates things,” one insider said.
The BBC wasn’t the only news site to ask for an interview; however, the ITV network is the least likely after broadcasting a talk with Henry of Sussex in which the British royal family is exposed.
In addition, another aspect that those close to King Carlos III are considering is that his son could take any comment badly and therefore respond with attacks again.
“Even a small comment about Harry and Meghan would be world news and a response from Harry that would be hit or miss. Everything is very delicate ”, affirms a close source.
If they accept the interview, it would be the first time that someone from the main members of the monarchy is vulnerable to receiving and answering questions about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, since up to now they have remained totally hermetic.
The coronation of King Carlos III and the queen consort Camila is scheduled for next Saturday, May 6, in the morning. The date will fall less than a month away from the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation (the monarch acceded to the throne on February 6, 1952, but she was not crowned until June 2, 1953).
Where will the coronation of King Carlos III take place?
It is known that it will happen at Westminster Abbey in Londonwhich has been the site of British coronations for the past 900 years.
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