King Charles III may invite Prince Harry to his coronation because could not imagine being crowned without both his sons present, a source close to the monarch claims.
It comes as the King allegedly asked the Archbishop of Canterbury to mediate peace between warring brothers Prince Harry and Prince William as inviting Harry and Meghan "is the right thing to do and will hopefully pave the way for peace".
The King is apparently adamant on having "both his sons witnessing the moment" of his coronation despite a reported lack of trust between the Duke of Sussex and Prince of Wales, Vanity Fair reports.
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But there are fears of Prince Harry usurping the coronation, Daily Star previously reported, which may give Prince William cold feet in negotiating his appearance.
A source reported by Vanity Fair said of the coronation appearances: "Charles is a forgiving person by nature, and he wants to move on.
"Whatever has been said and done, Harry is still his son and he loves him. He also cannot imagine being crowned, the most important moment of his life, without both his sons witnessing the moment."
Meanwhile, Prince Harry is said to have wanted "revenge" against his brother in writing his autobiography, Spare.
An expert told the Daily Star the "bitter" Duke of Sussex may want revenge for the past considering how "vengeful and angry" the writing within the 436-page tome was.
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Even with the rift between the brothers, it would appear King Charles is adamant on having the pair appear side by side at the upcoming coronation.
An insider said at the time: "The issue of substance is whether they attend the Coronation, and if they do, under what terms and conditions."
Whether the Duke of Sussex will actually attend the coronation is yet to be seen, but it would appear King Charles is very keen on having his youngest son at the event in May.
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