King Charles III’s younger son Prince Harry won’t make ‘fuss’ at his father and stepmother’s Coronation in May as the Duke is not ‘brave enough’ to do so, a royal commentator has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex is being suggested to be good instead of misbehaving at the monarch’s historic event if he gets the invitation to attend the much-awaited ceremony.
“I don’t think that Harry is nearly as brave as everyone thinks he is. He is physically very brave but he’s not mentally brave. I think he wouldn’t even begin to know how to disrupt something as serious as a coronation ceremony,” royal biographer Seward told GB News’s Dan Wootton.
The California-based couple have reportedly been invited to the King’s Coronation, but it’s still unclear if the Sussexes will attend the ceremony.
King Charles appeared to be smart as he has extended the olive branch, believing that having Meghan and Harry attend the crowing event would be less distracting than their absence.
She advised that the Duke needed “brownie points” from the public following plummeting popularity in United States, something he could only achieve by making a good show of the coronation.
She continued: “I also don’t think he is going to say anything disrespectful in the months leading up to the ceremony because it doesn’t benefit him. Harry is all about him[self]. It will not benefit him any way at all to make a fuss of behave badly.
“I also think he needs the stardust of this royal event to fall on his shoulders to make his way in America easier. At the moment he’s not nearly as popular in America as he was before he published Spare and nor is Meghan.
“Harry needs to look good and I think by behaving himself at the coronation and keeping quiet – a bit like he did at the Jubilee with Meghan – I think that will earn him some brownie points, nothing else will.”
There are few who don’t want King Charles to invite the Sussexes to his Coronation as they fear the coupe could create a scene to overshadow the monarch’s landmark event as they are persistently attacking the royal family.