King Charles has “made the call” about Harry and Meghan coming over to the UK to attend his coronation, a royal expert has claimed.
Writing in the New Zealand Herald, Daniela Elser reckoned that the new King has already hatched his plan about how to deal with the troublesome twosome, following the release of Harry’s book Spare and a series of explosive interviews.
Daniela claims that people who were anticipating “another glamorous Sussex foray” similar to the jubilee will likely be in for a surprise.
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She wrote: “Now it would seem, based on reporting out of London, that Charles has made the call.
“If anyone is hoping we might be in for another glamorous Sussex foray à la their Jubilee showing, all dramatic hats (Meghan) and non-stop pouting (Aitch), then prepare yourself for a surprise.”
She said that, as reported in the Daily Mail, Harry would likely be “‘whisked’ back to the UK and then out again, while Meghan stays back in the US. (The coronation day of May 6 also happens to be their son Archie’s fourth birthday).
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She said that, according to the publication, the plan “has been labelled 'Harry in a hurry' and would see the duke make a 48-hour lightning strike visit to his homeland for the coronation, with barely long enough to pick up a fresh packet of Daylesford Organic’s garibaldis on the way back to the airport."
Daniela added that it remains the frequently reported line that the Duke of Sussex is invited to the coronation.
What Harry’s plans are however remains something of a mystery.
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A source said: “Harry is being advised to agree to nothing at this stage and 'play it long' right up to the last minute, which is making negotiations with him very difficult.
“Harry’s camp made clear that the idea that he would just attend the coronation and behave himself but then be stripped of his titles was a total non-starter.
“While he might decide at some point to discard his titles of his own volition, he objects to the idea of being forcibly stripped of them.”
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