King Charles III’s coronation will take place at Westminster Abbey in London on Saturday, May 6, 2023. The King will be crowned during the ceremony alongside Camilla, the Queen Consort. The plans, codenamed Operation Golden Orb, are a closely guarded secret.
When asked if he will attend his father’s coronation in June during a promotional blitz for his new memoir, the Duke of Sussex said to Tom Bradby (Former royal correspondent) that “a lot can happen between now and then.”
The brand-new video, which was just made public, features Bradby questioning Harry about why he decided to write about his relationships with family members in his memoir Spare.
Harry has alleged that William attacked him at his London home after a fight over Meghan Markle, whom William described as difficult and harsh, in startling excerpts that were leaked to the Guardian.
When pushed into discussing family issues in public, Prince Harry responds, “I don’t know how keeping quiet can ever make things better.” Additionally, he makes a sarcastic remark about William by saying, “He would probably say all sorts of different things.”
Furthermore, he insisted that critics ‘don’t comprehend’ how revealing private arguments and talks with his father and sibling violated their privacy.
‘Wouldn’t your brother say to you,’ Bradby replied “Harry, how could you do this to me after everything? After everything we went through?” Wouldn’t that be what he would say?’
‘He would probably say all sorts of different things,’ Harry responds.
Bradby, a former royal correspondent, also questions Harry about his father’s Coronation plans, as well as his views on the monarchy and his role in it.
‘Would you come to the Coronation if you were invited?’ asks Bradby.
Harry replies, “There’s a lot that can happen between now and then,” declining to say “yes.” However, it’s always open. They now have the initiative.
There is a lot to speak about, and I sincerely hope they are willing to sit down and do so.
When asked if he will “play a part in the future of the Royal Family,” Harry says he still believes in it but adds, “I don’t know.”
The duke also reiterates his allegations, made in their Netflix series last month, that the Palace fabricated tales about him and Meghan to be published in the Press.
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‘Some will say you’ve spent your entire life railing against invasions of privacy,’ Bradby says. The accusation will be, ‘Are you invading the privacy of your loved ones without their permission?’
‘That would be the accusation from people who don’t understand or don’t want to believe that my family has been briefing the press,’ the duke responds.
The interview will air on Sunday night, two days before his book is released on January 10.