Prince Harry has returned to the UK to watch the ceremony in which his father, Charles III, would receive the crown of St. Edward at Westminster Abbey. The expectation for his return has been high and, finally, the Duke of Sussex has attended alone, while Meghan Markle has preferred to stay in the United States with her children Archie, who is celebrating his 4th birthday, and his little sister Lilibet.
For months, there had been speculation about whether or not Harry would attend the coronation ceremonies, but finally, the Duke of Sussex accepted the olive branch offered by his father. The British press has been attentive to every move of the prince, who has remained discreet and did not participate in the reception offered by Charles III to foreign leaders present in London on the occasion of the coronation.
Where did Prince Harry sit at the coronation?
According to Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, Harry would sit ten rows behind the central core of members of the Royal Family. However, the reality has been different, as the prince has taken a place three rows behind the active core of the royal family.
Wearing a morning coat, as he was not allowed to wear his military uniforms, Harry has paraded solo through Westminster Abbey and has been chatting with his partner in the chair, Jack Brooksbank, the husband of Princess Eugenie of York.
The duke was seen happy and a little nervous, although he has expressed many gestures that have quickly gone viral on social networks.
The image that everyone was waiting for, that of King Charles with his two sons, did not happen. Harry also did not participate in the greeting on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Since Harry and Meghan starred in a documentary on Netflix and especially since the prince published his memoirs, the relationship with his family has entered a dead end. However, Harry has not wanted to miss one of the most important moments for his father and for the British royal family.
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