King Charles and William have no intention of apologizing to Harry at coronation: report
King Charles wants Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to attend his coronation in May as he believes their absence will be more problematic for the Royal Family.
He reportedly asked Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, to broker a deal between Harry and William to attend the coronation.
Although it is still unclear whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the event, Charles’ coronation is expected to explode tensions between the US-based couple.
According to express.co.uk, neither the king nor Prince William would intend to present Prince Harry with the apologies he has demanded.
Citing sources close to the royal family, the newspaper reports that the situation has reached a “toxic boiling point”.
A source told the Daily Mail: ‘There is still a huge amount of ill will bubbling up in the family.
Express reported that ‘Save the date’ cards are set to be sent to the 2,000 guests selected for the ceremony in just two weeks – leaving little time for relations to improve if Harry and Meghan are to attend.
Earlier, multiple reports suggested that William had opposed his father’s idea of inviting Harry to the coronation after everything he said in his book.