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Harry is not committed to attending King Charles' coronation.

By Lucía Murphy

Harry is not committed to attending King Charles' coronation.

Prince Harry is in the midst of promoting his book of memoirs, which does not leave the royal family in good standing, says he will not commit to attending the event

In recent months Prince Harry has spoken openly about the differences between himself, his dad and his brother since stepping down from his royal duties alongside his wife Meghan in 2020.

The situation will most likely not improve with the publication of his memoir, which has yet to see the light of day, but already managed to cause a stir.

 

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Harry has refused to confirm he and the Duchess will be present at the ceremony.

In a new preview of his upcoming interview with Tom Brady, to be broadcast on ITV on Sunday, January 08, he is asked directly if he is invited to Westminster Abbey for the coronation and his answer has been rather vague: "A lot can happen between now and then".

 

What harry thinks about all this 

 

Despite his resignation as an active member of the royals, Harry still believes in the monarchy, but doubts very much that he will be part of its future. He is open to ending his public feud with his family and insists that "the door will always be open," although he does not plan to be the one to make the first move.

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