King Charles III left ‘very embarrassed’ by Harry as Duke lands in UK
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King Charles III is in a “very embarrassing” situation as a result of Prince Harry’s recent actions, a royal author has claimed after he touched down in the UK.
The Duke of Sussex has made a number of high-profile claims about the Royal Family in the last six months, including releasing tell-all memoir Spare.
He has also come under scrutiny after Washington-based think tank The Heritage Foundation demanded details of his visa application be made public.
It came after Harry laid bare his previous drug use, which included taking marijuana, cocaine and magic mushrooms – something that would usually mean a visa is not issued in the US.
And for Andrew Lownie, author of the 2021 book Traitor King: The Scandalous Exile of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, while this was also a distraction for Harry’s father, the exiled prince will still attend the service.
Harry landed in England yesterday, as he readied himself for this morning’s spectacular ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
Mr Lownie told Express.co.uk that the situation was “all very embarrassing for the Coronation”.
He added: “The Heritage Foundation application is very clever and could prove very problematical for Prince Harry.”
Some commentators hope that today’s appearance will help draw a line under a difficult few months for relations, with the rift between Harry and the Royal Family greater than ever.
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Among claims made in Spare was that William became physical after a row over his relationship with now-wife Meghan Markle.
Other insiders to wade into the debate include the likes of royal commentator Angela Levin, who has previously worked on books regarding the Duke of Sussex’s life.
Speaking on GB News, she said Harry should have stood up to Meghan, with Ms Levin questioning the decision to skip the monarch’s big day by staying in the US.
She said: “He will come but I think him going immediately and catching a plane back is actually a snub and a very appalling thing to do.”
Ms Levin added: “I think that Harry was told he had to be back by a certain time and Harry could not actually be strong enough to say to his wife, look, ‘just put it off for a day, please’.”
In a statement, a spokesperson for Harry and Meghan said the Duchess of Sussex would remain in the US in order to look after their two young children, Prince Archie Harrison and Princess Lilibet Diana.
The author concluded: “[Archie will] have been jumping and getting excited all day long. He could have easily waited for his daddy the next day.”
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