King Charles may ban Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from his Coronation over the Netflix drama, an expert has warned.
As Prince Harry and Meghan's docuseries is due to be released tomorrow, December 8, many are wondering what it will include and also how the rest of the royal family will react to it.
As a lot of people are calling for Harry and Meghan's title to be stripped from them, some believe that the little communication Harry has with his family will disappear.
Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told the Sun that the royal family might cut all ties with Prince Harry and Meghan following the release of their new docuseries on Netflix.
Richard said: “The question is, what can the royals do about it? Harry will always remain a prince.
“The only thing they can do is not invite them to the Coronation, and cut all ties – a clean cut from the Sussexes.
“Essentially, that’s all they can do.”
Royal correspondent Jennie Bond exclusively told OK! that she hopes the dust will settle between Harry and his family before the coronation, because it would be “curtains for their family relationship” if he and Meghan chose to not attend the event in May.
She said: “I think we’ve got to get this documentary out of the way. And then [Harry’s] book.
“Once that’s all out in the open, surely that must be the end of the firing salvos across the Atlantic?
“There is a little bit of breathing space because there’ll be two or three months when all of this stuff will be done and dusted.
"And hopefully, once it’s all out in the open, the healing can begin – if it is going to take place at all.”
Jennie continued: “It would be extraordinary if the King’s second son was not at the coronation. I think if they don’t turn up for that then it’s got to be curtains for their family relationships really.
“This is a once in a generation by definition, so surely, surely, surely he will be there.”
In the new teaser which was released for their series, which drops on Netflix on December 8, Harry confessed that “no one knows the full truth” and called life as a member of the royal family a “dirty game”.
The 38-year-old prince narrates: “It’s really hard to look back on it now and go ‘what on earth happened?’
“There’s a hierarchy of the family, you know, there’s leaking, but there’s also planting of stories. It’s a dirty game.”
It comes just a few days after a black advocate for survivors of domestic abuse revealed that she was repeatedly asked by a member of the Buckingham Palace household where she “really came from” while attending the Queen Consort's reception.
It was later revealed that the person making the racist remarks were none other than Prince William's godmother Lady Susan Hussey, who also who served as Elizabeth II’s lady in waiting for more than 60 years.
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