Prince Harry might have to do something he never could have imagined in his worst nightmares.
The controversial royal, who left the UK to live in the United States in 2020, will have to bow down to his stepmother.
And he could have already done so, a source said.
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Due to the wife of King Charles III, Camilla Parker Bowles, being given the title of Queen Consort, Prince Harry will have to keep up royal protocol and bow down to the woman he is known to have tension with – and he will also have to bow down to his own father, too.
According to Page Six, a source said: “The personal impact is likely the protocol changes that roll into action almost immediately.
“The family will now have to bow or curtsy to King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla.
“It would be the protocol to bow to the new King and Queen.
“Whether that happened under such circumstances on Thursday or Friday morning is debatable, but any time the Royal Family meets the new King and Queen, the done thing would be to bow or curtsy to them."
When asked what he would have to call his father and stepmother, the source added: “It would still be Pa.
“The Queen and Prince Philip were Ma and Pa to their children; whatever William and Harry called Charles and Camilla yesterday, they will call them that today.”
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Earlier this year former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown said the Duke of Sussex doesn't want his father's second wife to be Queen and added he will "go after" the royal couple in the explosive book written by the Prince, which is expected to come out early next year.
Speaking before the Queen died, Ms Brown said: “ Harry’s not going to go after The Queen, she’s sacrosanct. And he probably won’t go after Kate, who he’s very fond of.
“But he will go after Charles and Camilla and maybe William.”
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