Prince Harry refuses to commit to attending King Charles’ coronation
Prince Harry has sensationally refused to commit to attending his father’s historic coronation in May.
When asked if he would attend the event if invited, the Duke of Sussex said there is “a lot to discuss” before making that decision, according to the second trailer for his upcoming interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby.
“There’s a lot that can happen between now and then,” Harry said. “But the door is always open. The ball is in their court.”
“There’s a lot to discuss and I really hope they’re willing to sit down and talk about it,” he added.
When asked about his brother’s reaction to the ongoing – and high-profile – attack on the firm since stepping down from royal duties in 2020, Harry replied: “He would probably say all sorts of different things.”
Elsewhere in the video, Harry insisted those accusing him of invading his family’s privacy by publishing the book simply “don’t understand or want to believe” the press were told by the royal family.
Prince Harry said “the door is always open” for him to attend the coronation. REUTERS Prince Harry said “the door is always open” for him to attend the coronation. AP
Prince Harry said “the door is always open” for him to attend the coronation. AP
“I don’t know that silence will ever make things better,” he added.
When asked if he still believes in the monarchy, Harry said, “Yes,” before saying he “doesn’t know” whether he will play a role in the future of the monarchy.
The clip was shared hours after Page Six exclusively reported that William and his now-wife Kate Middleton told Harry to wear a Nazi uniform for a 2005 costume party.
Meanwhile, the Guardian published an excerpt from Harry’s forthcoming memoir Spare in which he claims he was left battered and bruised when Prince William threw him to the floor in a heated fight two months before he and Meghan Markle to leave the royal family.
Prince Harry is said to chronicle several bombshell stories about the royal family in his upcoming memoir.
Now the Prince of Wales wanted to talk to his brother about “the whole ongoing disaster” of their relationship and battles with the press, which he firmly blamed on his brother’s new wife Markle, Harry wrote in his memoirs. to be published on January 10. .
William reportedly called Markle “difficult,” “rude” and “abrasive,” and Harry responded that he was just parroting the negative “press narrative” the couple has spoken out against extensively in recent years.
The brothers continued to yell at each other – with William remaining stubbornly irrational – until Harry accused his older brother of acting like an heir and didn’t understand why his younger sibling wasn’t happy being back up, Harry said.
Harry’s forthcoming memoir is said to detail his strained relationship with members of the royal family. AP Harry’s forthcoming memoir is said to detail his strained relationship with members of the royal family. Netflix
Harry’s forthcoming memoir is said to detail his strained relationship with members of the royal family. ITV’s upcoming memoir Harry is said to detail his strained relationship with members of the royal family. Reuters
“He grabbed me by the collar, ripping off my necklace and knocked me to the floor,” the Duke of Sussex wrote. “I sat in the dog bowl, which cracked under my back, cutting me to pieces. I lay there for a moment, dazed, then stood up and told him to get out.”
Harry eventually told Markle about the alleged assault after she found “scratches and bruises” on his back.
The former actress “wasn’t all that surprised” that William allegedly laid hands on his brother, but was “extremely saddened,” he wrote.
The couple announced they were separating from the royal family just two months later.