Royal Family dont forgive Harry for throwing them under the bus
Paul Burrell says the royals don’t forgive Prince Harry
Paul Burrell appeared on Thursday’s instalment of Dan Wootton Tonight on GB News to speak to the New Zealander broadcaster about the Duke of Sussex attending King Charles III’s Coronation.
Prince Harry will be attending the royal event without his wife Meghan Markle but he is reportedly jetting off to his home in California shortly after the ceremony.
Dan began by asking Paul his thoughts about the revelation in The Telegraph that said it “looks like Harry is going to have no conversation with Charles or William on the day of the Coronation”.
Paul replied: “I never expected that would happen anyway because Harry is going to be in and out in a second and he’s going to be on the aeroplane back to California before they even settle with the crown inside the palace.
“No this is a quick visit. You know he’s keeping his foot in the door – his relevance of being royal.”
“He’s actually coming to the Coronation to please his father – his father wants him to be there,” Paul claimed.
“He wants his two sons to witness the biggest day of his life and that’s quite right, it’s how it should be.
“But Harry has no role in the Coronation and will be sat six, seven, eight, nine, 10 rows behind his family.
“And the atmosphere inside Westminster Abbey is going to be ice cold – towards Harry.”
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Paul continued: “[This is] because they do not forgive him for throwing family members under the bus.”
Harry has been making global headlines this year following the release of his Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, and his tell-all memoir, Spare.
The book and series did not paint the Royal Family in the best light, with Harry claiming his brother Prince William urged King Charles not to marry Queen Camilla.
Harry also alleged William “knocked me to the floor” during a confrontation in 2019 when they were in London.
The Royal Family has not responded to any of the allegations made within the book or the Netflix series.
The Coronation will be taking place tomorrow (Saturday, May 6) in Westminster Abbey followed by a Coronation Concert on Sunday.
More than 2,000 guests are expected to attend the spectacle and thousands of people are set to line the streets of London to catch a glimpse of the monarch.
Dan Wootton Tonight airs on weeknights at 9pm on GB News.
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