Report: Prince Harry's Role Reduced at King Charles's Coronation

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The prospect of Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, attending King Charles's coronation remains uncertain. However, in anticipation of the event, King Charles has already decided to diminish their royal role at the historic ceremony.

According to The Telegraph, organizers have been compelled to prepare for the event without Prince Harry, even as negotiations continue regarding his attendance.

Despite previous reports that Prince Harry may occupy a "prominent" position, The Telegraph reports that he will not be performing an official role in the ceremony, nor will he participate in the royal tradition of Dukes kneeling before the monarch to pay homage, even if he decides to attend.

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Instead, he will observe the proceedings from the Royal Gallery, where he will be joined by his brother, Prince William.

The move to reduce Prince Harry's role comes after King Charles amended the Regency Act last year, appointing his siblings Princess Anne and Prince Edward as Counsellors of State. This effectively demoted Prince Harry from his position as a potential stand-in for his father, King Charles.

It is worth noting that there have been reports indicating that Prince Harry may attend the coronation alone, as he and his wife, Meghan Markle, are uncertain about the reception they will receive from the British public in light of his recent memoir, "Spare."

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