Prince Harry may use the King’s Coronation to his own advantage to scope out some “photo opportunities”, it has been claimed. A PR expert said that the 38-year-old may use the historic event as the golden chance to get new snaps which may end up in stateside publications. But, this claim may be easier said than done, as Kieran Elsby, the director of Media Global PR, added that he feels “the prince will not be acknowledged.”
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Earlier this month, the Palace confirmed that Prince Harry would be attending the Coronation – without Meghan Markle and their two children in tow.
Mr Elsby the Mirror: “I suspect he will get a few photo opportunities near immediate family members, that will be all over magazines stateside, but away from the cameras [and] behind closed doors.
“I feel he won’t be acknowledged.” He added: “After all, whatever is said, may end up in a new book or TV interview.
“So everyone will be careful not to be alone with him.”
Following the release of Spare, the PR expert claimed that Harry’s relationship with other royals is “very tense”.
Despite “tense” relations, the PR expert added that Charles “clearly wants some relationship with Harry”. He added that he “is his son and that is all that is left for Harry”.
Prince Harry’s friend has also claimed that the Duke of Sussex “didn’t hear from Charles” about his invitation to the Coronation.
They added that the dad-of-two, who now lives in the US, received an email from the King’s office, insisting that Harry “wanted to hear from his father directly”.
They also reassured that Harry’s intention in choosing to attend was because he wanted to show support to his father – “not an institution”.
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They added that it is about “a son showing up for his father rather than the optics of the institution”. On May 6, Meghan Markle has opted to “remain in California” with the couple’s two children.
The couple’s son Archie will celebrate his fourth birthday on the day of the Coronation – leading to speculation that that is why Meghan chose to stay in the US.
The couple’s daughter Lilibet is a few weeks away from her second birthday – in June.
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