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Prince Harry “will be furious”: This decision of Charles III which will not arrange their relations


In a statement that the Daily Mail echoed this Monday, November 14, King Charles III announced that Princess Anne and Prince Edward could now replace him in case of impediment. Following this new slap in the face, Prince Harry is likely to be “furious”, warned the royal expert Angela Levin.

New cold shower for Prince Harry. In a statement relayed by the Daily Mail this Monday, November 14, King Charles III has spoken about the advisers of state that surround him and has made known that two members of the royal family could now ensure his continuity in his name in the future, if he is unable to. The husband of Camilla Parker Bowles wished to rely on two trusted people, close to him of course, but especially far from scandals. He chose his sister, Princess Anne, and his brother, Prince Edward. On the other hand, neither the name of Prince Harry, nor the name of Prince Andrew, who have both made a lot of talk about them lately, were mentioned in the statement of the new monarch …

Although “necessary”, this decision of the sovereign should make the husband of Meghan Markle “furious”, warned the royal expert Angela Levin. And for good reason, this new scenario means that Prince Harry will be “even less likely to be called upon” in the event of the king’s absence. “Harry and Meghan would be absolutely furious. But he lives in California, he’s ceased to be a member of the royal family, so why should he be a state advisor?” questioned Angela Levin, rightly. “It’s not about Harry, it’s about what the king needs,” she said. To our British colleagues, the royal expert also stressed that “the public would be absolutely furious” if the Duke of York were to perform the official duties of the king in his place, implying that the decree made by the monarch was “very sensible.” One thing is sure, this new episode is not likely to fix the relationship between father and son …

A scenario that reshuffles the cards

Until now, the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of York had indeed the opportunity to replace King Charles III, in the context of official business, if the latter was on official travel abroad or sick. But with the addition of Princess Anne and Prince Edward to the list, it is likely that the son of Elizabeth II will now do without Prince Harry and Prince Andrew. “It is clear that Prince Harry and Prince Andrew will never serve as state advisers,” said legal expert Craig Prescott to the Daily Mail. Only time will tell…

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