- The royal family will want to avoid a “repeat” of the Commonwealth Day 2020 service at the coronation, according to a royal expert.
- Plus, Prince Harry will likely be seated with a “safe group of people” so they don’t look “stilted and awkward” in front of the camera.
- Prince Harry previously said being reunited with his family at the 2020 Commonwealth Day service “looked cold” and “felt cold”.
The Coronation of King Charles III. will not look like the Commonwealth Day 2020 service in relation to Prince Harry. That is, if the royal family has anything to say about it. How they’ll ‘avoid’ another ‘stilted’ reunion with the Duke of Sussex at the coronation, according to an expert
Prince Harry is expected to be seated with a “safe group of people” at the coronation
In short, where Harry sits at the coronation is a tricky matter. Will he sit 10 rows back as some reports have said? Or will he be closer to his father and brother, Prince William?
Harry’s seating assignment will not be announced until the ceremony begins at Westminster Abbey on May 6th. However, it has been said that the 38-year-old could be sitting with relatives with whom he is currently on better terms.
“I mean, he’s still close to some of the family members,” says Phillip Schofield, co-host of This morning, said (via Express). “There are members with whom he had no problems. I’m assuming he’ll be sitting near them, so that’s a safe group of people.”
A guest on the programme, royal correspondent Omid Scobie, explained that the royal family doesn’t want any on-camera awkwardness that Harry is involved in.
“You would hope someone took that into account,” Scobie said. ‘Maybe he’s with the girls from York, by [Princess] Beatrice and [Princess] eugenie People he can have awkward conversations with so it doesn’t look so stilted and awkward on camera.”
The Royal Family doesn’t want a ‘rerun’ of Prince Harry’s ‘cold’ Commonwealth Day 2020 pictures
“I think the Palace is really keen not to repeat that moment because it’s not looking good for anyone,” Scobie said in reference to the 2020 Commonwealth Day service.
It was Harry and Meghan Markle’s last official appearance as “working” royals. The pair sat behind King Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Kate Middleton and the now-Prince of Wales.
As Harry shared on Netflix Harry & Megan documentaries, it was “like living through a soap opera”.
“I felt very distant from my family,” he said. “So much of how they work is about how it looks and not how it feels. And it looked cold. But it also felt cold.”
Beatrice and Eugenie’s appearance with Piers Morgan has ‘amazed’ Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the coronation interactions ‘will be interesting’
Beatrice and Eugenie may not be “safe” to place Harry at the coronation after all. In the weeks leading up to the ceremony, the sisters were spotted at a London pub with Piers Morgan, an outspoken critic of Sussex.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly reacted in disbelief. A source said OK! Magazine: “After everything Piers has said about them as a couple – especially Meghan, who he has snubbed so many times – Harry and Meghan are amazed that they went behind their backs. It will be interesting to see how Harry interacts with his cousins during the coronation.”
See where Harry sits and if the royal family can avoid a “replay” on Commonwealth Day 2020 on May 6th when King Charles is crowned.
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