King Charles wants Archbishop of Canterbury to broker deal with Prince Harry
King Charles has reportedly asked the Archbishop of Canterbury for help with Prince Harry.
The 74-year-old monarch hopes Justin Welby can help strike an agreement with the Duke of Sussex to attend his coronation in May, but is concerned about opposition from his older son, Prince William, who is said to be fearful his estranged sibling – who has launched a series of attacks on his family and the royal institution in his memoir ‘Spare’ and interviews to promote the tome – would use the opportunity to stage a “stunt” that would overshadow the historic event.
Charles is said to believe that if Harry and his wife Meghan didn’t attend the coronation at Westminster Abbey, it would be a greater distraction than their presence would be, so is ready to agree to concessions including a high-profile seating position inside Westminster Abbey and an informal assurance the couple – who stepped down from royal duties in 2020 – will be able to retain their titles.
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