It is still unclear whether or not the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the King’s coronation in May, but it seems Charles is keen for them to be there.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been accused of being “disruptive” and “in it for their own agenda” as King Charles is said to be in talks to give his own tell-all interview.
Nile Gardiner spoke to GB News to say Prince William is right to be cautious about the couple’s attendance at the coronation, however, his father Charles reportedly would be willing to make concessions to have his whole family at the event.
There are allegations that Charles may give an in-depth interview to share his side of the story, following Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary series and the publication of Harry’s memoir Spare.
Reports suggest that while the King wishes for the Sussexes to attend his coronation in May, William is concerned his brother may use it as an opportunity for a “stunt”.
Charles is said to be of the opinion that their absence would be more conspicuous than their presence, according to the Mail on Sunday.
Nile Gardiner, former aide to Margaret Thatcher and commentator, told Dan Wootton on GB News: “Prince William‘s instincts are fundamentally right on this, that he really fears that Harry and Meghan will basically be disruptive if they come over to the United Kingdom.
“They have a long track record of briefing against the Royal Family, they will private conversations in order to sell books.
“They are in it for their…