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    Prince Harry will attend his father King Charles III’s Coronation on May 6, 2023. However, he will be seated ten rows behind the senior members of the royal family. Reports indicate that Prince Harry and Uncle Andrew will have no formal role in the proceedings. The Duke of Sussex is expected to make a quick exit and will not interact with his brother Prince William during the event.

    Paul Burrel, a royal associate, stated that Prince Harry’s attendance is to show his face and please his father. He also mentioned that there is no chance of reconciliation between the royal family and the Duke of Sussex. Burrel also believes that Prince Harry sitting in the tenth row is a blessing as he can make a quick getaway.

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    Prince Harry and his wife Meghan quit their royal duties in 2020 and have since launched several attacks on the monarchy. Harry’s attendance at the Coronation is considered sensitive, especially after the publication of his memoir “Spare” in January, where he made explosive claims about his elder brother.

    Meghan will not accompany Prince Harry to the event and will stay in California with their children.

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