Harry and William have no plans for coronation reunion as feud rages on

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    William and Harry have no plans for a reunion at their father's coronation next month as their feud rages on, an expert said.

    The royal brothers are not expected to spend much time together at next month's lavish celebration and will not be seated together during the ceremony itself, leaving little time for the pair to reconcile.

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    The Duke of Sussex is understood to have had a "heart-to-heart" with King Charles before making the decision to attend the historic ceremony on May 6 alone in a show of "support" on the big day.

    But although Harry and the King may have gone some way to patch up their rocky relationship, Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty Magazine, said the same cannot be said for the Duke and the Prince of Wales.

    Seward told the Sun: "Out of politeness you’d think Harry would want to mingle with his family no matter how difficult that might be for him.

    "They all have really tight schedules but it would be nice to stick around and be friendly."

    She added: "I’m glad he has spoken to his father, which has eased the path to rapprochement. Charles will welcome his son. I think his relationship with William is for another time."

    Harry and William won't have much time to fix their broken bond after it was revealed they wouldn't even be sitting together during the ceremony, the only part of the celebration it is believed Harry will attend.

    According to The Express, Harry will be seated several rows behind the senior royals, and there is speculation this was done on purpose so that William and Harry would not have to be near one another.

    It is understood Harry's visit to the UK will be a brief one and he will only be present at the ceremony itself after it was announced wife Meghan Markle would be skipping the event altogether.

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    The couple's biographer Omid Scobie said: "I understand that Archie's fourth birthday (also on May 6) played a factor in the couple's decision.

    "Expect it to be a fairly quick trip to the UK for Prince Harry, who will only be attending the coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey."

    It is expected Harry's visit will be quick thanks to ongoing arguments with the rest of the Royal Family, which came to a head after the release of his memoir, Spare, in January.

    In the book called William his "arch-nemesis" and is also said to have upset Queen Camilla by describing her as a "villain".

    But the Daily Star also reported Meghan and Harry would be spending the occasion separately after reported "fights" between the pair.

    Royal expert Kinsey Schofield said: "Rumours have been circulating in the states of fights between the Sussexes so some will argue that Meghan's absence gives those stories credibility."

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