Should Harry, Meghan attend King Charles’ coronation? Oprah Winfrey says…

Oprah Winfrey reflects on whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should attend King Charles’ coronation in May. On CBS Morning, the US TV host said, “I think they should do what they think is best for them and their families. That’s the bottom line.”

King Charles Coronation: Oprah Winfrey is seen.  (AP)
King Charles Coronation: Oprah Winfrey is seen. (AP)

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“They didn’t ask me my opinion,” said Oprah Winfrey, who is said to be a close friend of the couple. Social media users responded to Oprah Winfrey’s comments by saying, “Why would they ask you that.”

Another replied, “Absolutely correct answer.” His comments have added further speculation to the attendance of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the coronation. Reports have suggested that Prince Harry is likely to attend the ceremony alone, while royal author Victoria Arbiter has claimed that Harry will attend the ceremony only if Meghan Markle arrives.

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A spokesman for the Sussexes confirmed earlier this month that an “email” invitation had been received by the couple for the ceremony to take place at Westminster Abbey. It was also reported that Prince Harry has apologized to his brother Prince William and father ahead of the coronation.

The tension was released after Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, in which, among many other things, he claimed William physically assaulted him.

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Recalling the tense exchange from 2019, Prince Harry wrote that William called Meghan “difficult”, “rude” and “abrasive”, which led to a physical confrontation between the brothers when William “grabbed me by the collar”. , tore my necklace, and … knocked me to the floor”.

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