Prince Harry has ‘put himself in danger’ and should ‘stay away’ from Coronation



The Coronation of King Charles and his wife Queen Camilla, will take place on May 8 with his son Prince Harry and Meghan Markle receiving an official invitation, despite comments made about the Royal Family in the Duke’s memoir Spare. Speaking exclusively to, Lizzie Cundy said the Sussexes should “stay away”.

Speaking at the Together For Short Lives ball in London, Lizzie said it would be “awkward” and “dangerous” for Meghan and Harry to attend the Coronation.

She explained: “I personally don’t think they should.

“Number one, it’s a security risk with him saying about the Taliban.

“He’s not only put himself in danger but he’s put his family as well as the nation [in danger].

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“I know he’s weak at times but now he’s showing his real strength.

“And this is the start, we have got the coronation, which is the best thing.”

Harry and Meghan moved into Frogmore Cottage in 2018 after their wedding at a cost of £2.4 million to the taxpayer.

However, after stepping down as senior royals, the couple repaid the funds in full.

Most recently, the pair celebrated their daughter Lilibet’s first birthday.

It’s not yet known if the Sussexes will fly back to the UK for the King’s Coronation.

They told The Times “an immediate decision on whether the Duke and Duchess will attend will not be disclosed by us at this time”. – ChatGPT autoblogging and content curation plugin for WordPress