Charles III has built three key bridges with the Dukes of Sussex. The monarch has no time left. His coronation is already here and he wants to close wounds from the past with his son Harry and with his daughter-in-law, Meghan. Despite the bridges del Rey, the dukes have not yet confirmed their attendance. This is what the royal expert, former journalist and producer for the BBC, thinks Tom Bower in the magazine OK!: “It’s better that they don’t come.”
Carlos III has invited Harry and Meghan to his coronation. If they attend, he will allow them to stay at Frogmore Cottage, his last official residence before activating the button of Megxit and leave London. And a third bridge more: the King accepts that Harry and Meghan call their children the prince Archie the princess Lilibet. Curiously, little Archie turns 4 on the same day as his grandfather’s coronation, on May 6.
The prince would have his own requests to travel to London with his wife, as published by the aforementioned medium: appear in the family photograph on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. An inn marked by one condition: to be an active member of the royal family. Something the Sussexes wouldn’t do. And on the other hand, that little Archie and Lilibet are in the protocol of the ceremony.
The b side of the photograph
The monarch has little time left, just a few weeks, for his big day at Westminster Abbey, and he would like to see his family together. However, that photograph of unity has a b-side: the absolute prominence that the Sussexes arouse in the United Kingdom, which ends up eclipsing the environment. They monopolize all the spotlights, divert attention and distort the content of the event. They are like a media tsunami. This was the case on the Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II.
Royals expert Tom Bower, author of Revengeopines in the magazine OK! what “The damage is already done”. It makes them ugly that they have prioritized “monetizing” their lives, instead of repairing ties. Harry’s devastating memories In the shadow They have had a very negative impact on the image of the institution and that has consequences. According to Bower, “it would be unfortunate” for the Sussexes to attend the London ceremony. “His presence would overshadow” the act, ditch. In addition, the author qualifies Harry and Meghan, due to their public projection since they lived in the US, as “unfriendly, hostile and vitriolic”. and adds that they are “terribly negative.”