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How will things continue for Charles and Harry after their May 6th coronation?

How will things continue for Charles and Harry after their May 6th coronation?

It must be on May 6th King Charles III and wife Camila to be crowned in Westminster Abbey. The day ends a long weekend of festivities. May 8 in honor of coronation Additional leave is scheduled. Brits are invited to indicate their self-organised events on a digital map. In many places, street festivals are celebrated with a “grand coronation lunch”. All this seems of little importance to many compared to the family affairs of the royal family.

Father and son talking on the phone

According to British media, the defect in the relationship between father and son is said to have been fixed. There is talk of conciliatory phone calls, for example. It remains to be seen if this is a temporary ceasefire or a sustainable peace scenario.

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said the British Peerage commentator Russell Myers Newspaper Mirror. He believes that the crisis is not over yet.

“Charles is certainly happy as a father that his youngest son will be by his side in the most important moment of his life – but they will all have to wait another day to discuss mending their broken relationships.” The situation between Harry, his father and his brother William She remains “incredibly nervous,” according to Myers.

The following distinguished guests accepted the invitation to Charles’ coronation:

  • Federal President Alexander van der Bellen
  • first lady of the united states, Jill Biden
  • for Germany Takes Usually the boss Frank Walter Steinmeier in such occasions part
  • Sweden king Carl XVI Gustav
  • and his daughter Crown Princess Victoria

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A quarter of Britons think Harry should stay in the US

That’s it prince Harry He comes to the coronation of his father, but the wife Megan According to a new YouGov survey of 3,070 Britons, just 12 percent think staying home with their two children is the right thing to do. One in four respondents (27 percent) want the royal family to stay in the United States. 46 percent of all respondents said they were indifferent. Only 15 percent wanted to attend Harry Meghan at the coronation ceremony.

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