NewsPrince Harry threatens ice-cold rebuff: Charles plans drastic change

Prince Harry threatens ice-cold rebuff: Charles plans drastic change

Prince Charles wants to turn the British monarchy inside out as king. His project could again put the relationship with son Harry to the test.

London – The relationship between Prince Harry (37) and Prince Charles (73) is still considered tense, and the latest reports from royal insider circles should not narrow the gap. The Duke of Sussex could be in for a smack if his father takes the throne.

Prince Charles has been heir to the throne for more than 70 years, but one day he will succeed the Queen. After the death of Queen Elizabeth II (95), her eldest son is crowned king in a solemn ceremony. Under the code name “Operation Golden Orb” (German: “Operation Golden Orb”), the palace is already planning the coronation of Charles, the 73-year-old regent apparently wants to do some things differently than his mother on his big day.* knows how Prince Charles imagines his coronation.

Charles’ project has an impact on the remaining members of the British royal family, above all Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan (40). The Sussexes could be denied an important appearance after the service at Westminster Abbey. “A stripped down monarchy will be shown throughout. I wouldn’t be surprised if you only saw Charles and Camilla, Kate and William and their children on the balcony of Buckingham Palace afterwards,” a source told the Mail on Sunday. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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