Early February, Harry and Meghan joined the re-wedding party of popular MC Ellen DeGeneres and his gay wife Portia de Rossi. According to Page Six At the event, Harry excitedly chatted with the guests.
A guest revealed the Duke of Sussex seemed proud of the success of his controversial memoir Spare with a track record of selling over 3.2 million copies worldwide in a single week.
“Harry says he’s really pleased with the success of the book and the reader’s response to it. He said he doesn’t regret any of the revelations. He’s relieved to be making his story public to the world,” the source told Page Six .
The guest added Harry and Meghan were in good spirits. However, the couple ignored the question of whether they would attend King Charles’ coronation on May 6.
In January, the red-haired prince mentioned this issue in a chat with Tom Bradby on the channel ITV . He said he did not commit to attending his father’s coronation ceremony.
“There’s a lot that could happen between now and then. But the door is always open. The ball is in their court. There are many things to discuss. I really hope they’re willing to sit down and talk about it,” he said, referring to waiting for the Royal Family to “bow” first.
Earlier, many sources confirmed that King Charles wanted his youngest son and his wife to participate in his most important event. However, a source close to the Sussex family told the magazine People The couple has yet to receive an invitation.
On the sheet Vanity Fair Royal expert Katie Nicholl said that if the Sussexes attended the ceremony, their roles would likely be similar to Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie (daughter of Prince Andrew, brother of King Charles). That means appearing at the ceremony but not being ranked in an important position, not participating in the Trooping the Color parade, not greeting people on the balcony of Buckingham Palace and not participating in concerts at the palace. .
While Harry continued to attack, King Charles and the British Royal Family remained silent.
When the British monarch visited the University of East London (London, England) on February 8, someone suddenly shouted: “Did you bring Harry back?”. King Charles was shaking hands with a student who couldn’t hear well, so he asked “Who?”. However, when reminded, he just smiled and continued his journey.
King Charles shakes hands with students from the University of East London.
According to Page Six