Harry and Meghan's relationship with King Charles sinks to all-time low on brink of Coronation - 'Totally lost trust'

Harry and Meghan's relationship with King Charles sinks to all-time low on brink of Coronation - 'Totally lost trust'

Lady C said King Charles was right not to allow the pair on the royal balcony.

GB News
George McMillan

By George McMillan

Published: 08/04/2023

- 10:29

Updated: 09/04/2023

- 14:55

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have still not confirmed whether they will attend King Charles's Coronation next month.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s relationship with King Charles has sunk to an all-time low just weeks ahead of the Coronation, a new book has revealed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are yet to confirm whether or not they will be attending the King’s Coronation and are expected to make the announcement imminently.

But their attendance is likely to be tarred in controversy as a result of the constant attacks the couple have launched on the Royal Family.

Royal Biographer Robert Jobson has claimed that the now infamous Oprah Winfrey interview led Prince William to take drastic measures in order to protect his family against Meghan and Harry.

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince William deployed a desperate strategy after Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview.


He claims that it brought Harry, William, and Charles’s relationship to a “chilling new low”.

During the interview, the Sussexes made a number of claims about their treatment from Buckingham Palace, including accusations of racism.

Jobson revealed: “In the aftermath, William went to his father and told him that the Royal Family needed a clear strategy in dealing with the renegade royals. Charles agreed.”

“Not only had Harry heavily implied to Oprah that a member of the family was racist, but he’d had the gall to claim that his father and brother knew they were ‘trapped’ in their royal roles.” according to a passage from the book published by the Daily Mail.

King Charles

King Charles decided that Harry and Meghan will not appear on the royal balcony.


“Both Charles and William had been extremely upset by Harry’s arrogance, aghast at his lack of discretion and furious that he’d had the audacity to speak about their supposed feelings.”

The family has now decided never to meet Harry alone, ensuring there is always someone else in the room.

If Harry and Meghan do decide to attend the Coronation, it has been decided they will not appear on the royal balcony, a pivotal part of the celebrations.

GB News’ Dan Wootton asked Lady Colin Campbell and Phil Dampier if King Charles had made the right decision or if he should have compromised in an attempt to keep the family together.

But Lady Campbell said the pair have “no business” appearing on the balcony as they are no longer working royals.

She explained: “I think they shouldn't have been asked at all, but I get why his father wanted him there.

“Absolutely, they should not be on the balcony and quite frankly, if they were tucked in a cupboard, that's sort of where they should be as far as I'm concerned.”

Phil Dampier agreed, saying King Charles had made the right call: “None of them are working Royals anymore. No prospects, them becoming, working Royals in the future. So it's quite right they shouldn't be there."

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