Harry and William’s reunion will be ‘carefully orchestrated’

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Prince Harry and Prince William could be be reunited in less than six weeks’ time at their father’s Coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey. Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams has said that the reunification will be “organised” to protect “the dignity” of such a high-profile and historical event. So far, Prince William’s attendance is certain, although Harry’s attendance remains unknown.

Mr Fitzwilliams told OK!: “This will be organised in a way that protects the dignity of an occasion which has deep religious significance.

“The British are uniquely good at orchestrating and arranging ceremonial events, which will be reflected.”

The royal expert then went on to discuss the Prince and Princess of Wales’s “important” roles at the ceremony.

He said: “William and Kate will be an important part of the ceremony.

“It is reported William will be doing a homage to King Charles. There’s no doubt that William and Catherine will have a pivotal role.”

Mr Fitzwilliams also discussed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s involvement in Charles’s big day.

He said that the couple would not have “a large part of it” because they have been “so critical” of the Royal Family.

He also added that, if the couple do attend, “the interest won’t be focused on them”.

A question mark currently lies over whether, or not, Meghan and Harry will attend on May 6.

The Sussexes’ young son Archie will celebrate his fourth birthday on the day of the Coronation.

Speaking previously on GB News, royal expert Charles Rae suggested that Archie’s birthday could be a “perfect excuse” for Meghan to not appear at the Coronation alongside her husband.

The late Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, has stated that the reunion between the Sussexes and the Royal Family would be “”incredibly uncomfortable”.

He added that “the ball is well and truly in Harry and Meghan’s court”, in regards to whether the couple chose to attend or not.

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