Harry facing problem at coronation as Windsors dont forgive, says ex-butler

Prince Harry will face a "problem" at King Charles' coronation next month, according to Princess Diana's former butler.

Paul Burrell said this is because the Royal Family "don't forgive", which could prove tricky for the Duke of Sussex following the revelations in his book Spare and the Netflix series he released with Meghan Markle.

The coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6, and will be the first time Harry has appeared in public with Charles, Queen Camilla, Prince William, Kate Middleton and the rest of The Firm since the book and the series came out.

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It will also be the first time he has been pictured with them since the Queen's funeral.

Harry criticised Charles' parenting, said the King was jealous of Meghan and Kate, and accused William of physically attacking him in his tell-all book, which was published in January.

He also branded Camilla "dangerous" and accused her of sacrificing him on her own "personal PR altar".

Last week, Buckingham Palace announced that Harry would be attending the coronation, but that Meghan would be staying behind in California with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

Archie turns four on the day the coronation.

According to Burrell, who also came in for criticism in Spare, Harry will get a "cold" reception from his royal relatives.

He told Spin Genie: "Harry's got a problem because he’s going to have to sit amongst family who he’s pushed under the bus and criticised and what kind of reception is he going to get?

"A very cold and icy one because the Windsors don’t forgive, they do hold a grudge.

"The family do push people out on the margins if they don’t conform and follow the party rules. The King has laid down the rules and Harry should follow them.

"It's the least he could’ve done, to do his father a favour and come to the coronation, even if he is by himself.

"Meghan has a great excuse not to come because it's Archie’s birthday on the coronation day, isn't that wonderful?

"She's got a birthday on the weekend of the coronation so she’s going to have to stay behind, isn't she."

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