- Prince Harry and his father King Charles aren't on good terms
- Harry is now making even more allegations about the royals
- Will we see Prince Harry at his father's Coronation in May?
Prince Harry's new book Spare has been making big headlines lately. His allegations have the royals in hot water, and things between them appear to be tense.
But for the family, a major event is coming up soon: the Coronation of King Charles III. The event runs in May.
Could Prince Harry actually attend his father's big day amid the increasing drama? Well, he addressed that very question in a new interview teaser.
Prince Harry comments on King Charles III's Coronation
Speaking with ITV ahead of his new book release, Prince Harry was asked directly if he'll be there on Coronation Day.
He answered: "There's a lot that can happen between now and then. But you know, the door is always open. The ball is in their court."
"There's a lot to be discussed," Harry added, "and I've really hoped that they are willing to sit down and talk about it."
So it sounds like Prince Harry is still a question mark for the Coronation. He believes there's work to be done first, and he wants the Royal Family to reach out.
But more than ever before, Harry's memoir will reveal intimate details and conversations he had with members of his family.
Which doesn't make a big family reunion in the near future sound all that likely.
King Charles III took the throne back in September. But he won't be officially crowned until the Coronation on May 6, 2023...
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