After all the pomp and circumstance, King Charles’ Coronation is now in the rearview mirror.
On Saturday afternoon, William and Camilla were crowned in front of many notable visitors, including royalty from around the world and prominent world leaders, at Westminster Abbey.
Of course, the British Royal Family was present in force. This included Prince Harry, whose probable presence had piqued the imagination of the media, public, and, most likely, the royals themselves.
Notably, Harry did not enter Westminster Abbey with his brother, Prince William, but instead walked in with other family members.
Prior to the arrival of the senior royals, the Duke had the opportunity to speak with some of his relatives, and according to a lip reader, he expressed a rather robust picture of what the future holds for his relationship with King Charles and Prince William.
The coronation of King Charles will be remembered fondly by pro-monarchists. On coronation day, thousands of people lined the streets of London to cheer on the royals, who were countered by individuals who chose to oppose King Charles and the fact that the coronation was heavily funded by taxpayers.
When Prince Harry spoke to Jack Brooksbank at the coronation, he was complaining about his life. According to a lip reader, Prince Harry was sighing as he prepared to view his father’s crowning glory. He seemed to be mourning his existence, mumbling, “I’m fed up with the way they treat me.”
Harry and Meghan had certain demands in order to attend the coronation, such as an acknowledgement of Archie’s birthday and being included with the most senior royals on the Buckingham Palace Balcony.
However, Harry was only able to attend as a guest without an official role. He arrived in the UK on Friday but reportedly wanted to leave as soon as possible.
After the coronation service, Harry left Westminster Abbey alone and boarded a British Airways flight back to Los Angeles. A source claimed that Harry wanted to be back in time for Archie’s birthday.