Princess Diana’s ex-assistant advises Harry against attending King Charles coronation
Princess Diana’s former butler has advised Prince Harry against attending the coronation of his father, King Charles.
Paul Burrell has said the Duke of Sussex should not attend the ceremony as he will receive a “frosty” welcome and “feel isolated” from the rest of the Royal Family.
Harry and Meghan Burrell’s appearance would be distracting to the media and distract from the historic royal event.
According to express.co.uk, Diana’s former butler says Harry’s looks will make him relevant again as he will have a story to tell.
He added: “But can you imagine how isolated he will feel sitting in Westminster Abbey amongst his family who he has pushed under the bus.”
Paul Burrell’s comments came amid speculation over whether the couple would attend the ceremony.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently confirmed they had received an invitation to King Charles’ coronation, but did not confirm whether they would attend the ceremony.
After Harry’s book came out, it was reported in the British media that Prince William didn’t want to invite Harry because he thought his younger brother would steal the show at the event.