Prince Harry’s sit-in on Charles III: the reason why father and son will not see each other in London

Finally, Charles III will not see his son Harry in London. The Duke of Sussex himself has announced it through a statement alleging that, due to incompatibility of agendas, it will not be possible to meet in the British capital.

Harry traveled alone to the United Kingdom this Tuesday to attend the Invictus Games Thanksgiving ceremony, a competition created by the Duke of Sussex in 2014 to help and motivate the practice of sport in veterans and war wounded. She moved to London one day after celebrating his son Archie’s birthday in California and, although everything indicated that she would coincide with his mother, it will not be like that in the end.

“Unfortunately, this will not be possible due to Her Majesty’s full schedule. Of course, he understands his father’s agenda and other priorities and hopes to see him soon,” explains the office of the Duke of Sussex, who last saw his father last February, when he officially announced that he had been diagnosed with cancer. .

It should be said that hours before the arrival in London of the youngest son of Diana of Wales, the monarch had slipped that he was too busy to meet him, just as published Daily Mail. This trip by the Duke has coincided with the first anniversary of his father’s coronation, on May 6 of last year.

After three months of rest to receive cancer treatment, The king of England has resumed face-to-face work these days to show that the illness has not completely taken away his energy, much less his desire to fulfill his obligations.