Only one sentence has emerged from royal palaces today, in the words of the late great queen: “Thank God Meghan is not coming.”
The Princess of Wales in particular is delighted that she won’t have to face her treacherous sister-in-law at the King’s coronation next month.
But it wouldn’t be a surprise if her husband staged another chain-splitting duel over the dog bowl at Kensington Palace.
And who can blame the Prince of Wales after the Duke of Delusion’s Commonwealth-bashing Netflix reality show and telling autobiography Spare?
At a time when the Windsors have had to form a united front to deal with the seismic death of our greatest monarch ever, they have instead spent the past seven months putting out fires deliberately set by the Sussexes.
‘Harry and Meghan should be permanently banned, as should the Nazi-sympathizing Duke of Windsor and Wallis Simpson’
“I’ve been clear that I think Charles should have ripped up Harry and Meghan’s invitation a long time ago”
It’s reputation vandalism of the highest order – and it means Harry and Meghan should be permanently banned, just like the Nazi-sympathetic Duke of Windsor and Wallis Simpson before them.
Personally, I’ve been clear that I think Charles should have ripped up Harry and Meghan’s invitation a long time ago. Their typically rude refusal to stick to the RSVP date gave him the perfect opportunity to do just that.
But the king remains first and foremost a devoted father who has an almost naive belief that one day his son will see the point and their relationship will be mended.
I’ve been closely reporting this story ever since Meghan entered the royal family, and I’m sure hopes are misplaced, at least until Harry finds himself single at some point in the future.
Right now they are on a kamikaze mission to bring down the British monarchy and that will not change as long as they still rake in millions by butchering their own flesh and blood.
But in the end, I have no doubt that Meghan’s absence, as always, comes down to her huge ego and obsession with being idolized, rather than trying to give the royal family a quiet week.
After Meghan endured the humiliation of being booed when she arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral, she couldn’t take that risk, especially as she considered taking her kids in tow.
Meghan’s propagandist, that odd little Omid Scobie, popped up within minutes of Buckingham Palace’s official statement to suggest the absence is related to Archie’s birthday clashing with the coronation date.
That twist looks like nothing more than poppycock.
If there was any way Meghan could be at the coronation without being booed, she would have called Elton John and begged for his carbon-spewing private jet to pick her up from Montecito without a moment’s hesitation.
After all, the Sussexes’ commercial viability stems directly from their closeness to the royal family, an organization they claim they want to overhaul.
Robert Jobson’s new book Our King makes that abundantly clear with the typically demure ex-monarch describing the couple’s behavior as “pretty crazy.”
And if you think about it, their behavior remains insane.
Why on earth would Harry let himself get through the palaver to celebrate the father he’s been publicly butchering for the past two years?
His reception will be more than icy.
“Why on earth would Harry let himself get through the palaver to celebrate the father he’s been publicly butchering for the past two years? His reception will be more than icy’
“The Princess of Wales (left) in particular is delighted that she won’t have to face her treacherous sister-in-law (right) at the King’s coronation next month”
“I’m sure the king will be a little sad that he won’t get the chance to be with all his grandchildren on what is undoubtedly the most important day of his life.”
Other than the very forgiving princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, there is no longer a safe haven for Harry in the royal family, with members now almost universal in their condemnation of his actions over the past few months.
That includes his former friends Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall, and even Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, who knows a thing or two about being outdoors.
It shows the depth of outrage that senior royals will no longer tolerate talking to Harry alone, thinking the risk of a dishonest version of events being leaked to Meghan’s CBS BFFs Oprah Winfrey or Gayle King is too great.
That is indeed why, after Prince Phillip’s funeral, the heartbroken Charles and the shocked William agreed to face off with Harry as a duo.
Harry didn’t care, he still recounted details of those most intimate conversations in his tacky gossip magazine tell all.
As a father, Charles remains devastated at how things turned out with his youngest son and his daughter-in-law, whom he proudly agreed to walk down the aisle with.
It’s not clear if Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet were ever invited to the ceremony itself, but I’m sure the King will feel a hint of sadness that he won’t get the chance to be with all of his grandchildren on what is undoubtedly the most important day of his life as the family gathers afterwards.
I also wonder if they might object to being in California on such an important day for decades to come, missing out on the chance to be a part of royal history and celebrate their British heritage.
It seems particularly strange given Harry and Meghan’s cowardly desire for their children to become princes and princesses since it was their birthright.
But we’re used to these contradictions about how the Sussexes view their royal role.
Today, however, is a celebration.
Without a doubt, Meghan would have tried to beat King Charles III during his own coronation.
William had already privately expressed fears that the Sussexes were planning some sort of public relations stunt to show they kept in touch with the people over the course of the weekend, while the rest of the family had signed off on the idea that the focus must remain. on the new monarch.
That risk is now gone.
Harry will be flying in and out in a heartbeat, he looks like a man and is most likely deeply ashamed of the horrible treatment he has inflicted on his father over the last three years, but he can’t make amends if it’s the woman calling the shots .