- Prince Harry attends coronation alone, sitting two rows behind his brother
- Tensions between Harry and William remain unresolved, despite grand occasion
- Harry's tell-all book, "Spare," and battle against tabloid publishers continue
Once upon a time, in a lavish ceremony fit for a king, Charles III was crowned monarch, whisked away in a golden carriage with his queen by his side. Prince William and his family followed closely, with little Prince George, the next in line, soaking in the excitement. But our story takes a twist as Prince Harry, the king's youngest son, was seen attending solo, sitting two rows behind his brother.
This royal black sheep chose to step away from his duties, distancing himself from his family and spilling royal secrets in his best-selling memoir, "Spare." Hopes of reconciliation between the once-close brothers were dashed as they didn't exchange a word during the coronation.
Prince Harry had decided to attend the event alone, leaving his wife Meghan and their children back in sunny California. This dynamic duo had previously escaped the royal life, fed up with the scrutiny and racial bias they faced from the British press.
In his tell-all book, Prince Harry spilled the tea on intimate details, drugs, and the battlefield. He also threw shade at his stepmother, Camilla, accusing her of leaking private conversations to the media. Interestingly, both Harry and Prince Andrew were excluded from any role in the coronation service.
As the coronation unfolded, all eyes were on Harry, dressed in a sleek custom Dior suit with military medals adorning his chest. The media's obsession continued, with lip-readers hired to decipher his words. Meanwhile, Harry's battle against tabloid publishers rages on, with a trial against the Mirror just around the corner.
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