Prince William and Harry have ‘no plans’ to reconcile when Duke of Sussex visits for King Charles’ coronation

It is understood that King Charles’ coronation is the first time the brothers will meet since the release of Harry’s memoir ‘Spare’, in which  he branded Prince William his ‘arch-nemesis’

Prince William has ‘no plans’ to reconcile with Prince Harry when the Duke of Sussex visits the UK for King Charles’ coronation next month, according to reports. Prince Harry’s decision to attend the coronation has caused much controversy.

Royal analysts reportedly revealed that Harry had a ‘heartfelt’ conversation with his father, in a bid to ease tensions but has not addressed the ongoing issue with his older brother, Prince William.

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It is also believed that during Prince Harry’s visit, there will be no time for the two to meet during the coronation, according to a national newspaper. King Charles is set to be coronated on Saturday, May 6.

Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty Magazine, told the newspaper that the royals all have ‘really tight schedules’ and she thinks Harry addressing his relationship with William is ‘for another time’.

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Royal analysts also noted that it would be ‘nice’ for Prince Harry to ‘stick around and be friendly’, but it is understood that his trip will be a short one, with him returning to his Santa Barbara mansion that he shares with his family to be shortly after the coronation.

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