King Charles has shown that "blood is thicker than Netflix cheques" by offering a coronation invitation to youngest son Prince Harry.
The King, who is set to hold his coronation on May 6 this year, appears desperate to have both of his sons at the event despite a previously reported lack of trust between the brothers.
It comes as the King "can't imagine" hosting the ceremony without the Duke of Sussex in attendance, and one expert believes it shows that family ties are stronger than Netflix campaigns.
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In a column from royal expert Daniela Elser, the expert alleged that the King's approach would "not be greeted with much eagerness".
Expert Elser wrote for News.com.au: "In recent weeks, it has been repeatedly and credibly reported that the Sussexes remain firmly on the coronation invitation list, proving conclusively that blood is thicker than Netflix cheques.
"The King’s rationale according to Mail: That it would be less ‘distracting’ to have them at hand and playing nice than back home in Montecito.
"However Charles’ kumbaya approach to his coronation would not seem to be greeted with much eagerness by either of his boys.
"Last week, a source told the Mail that 'Harry is being advised to agree to nothing at this stage and 'play it long' right up to the last minute, which is making negotiations with him very difficult.
"Harry’s camp made clear that the idea that he would just attend the coronation and behave himself but then be stripped of his titles was a total non-starter."
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That "non-starter" appears to be a block in the road to a coronation appearance, as does the lack of trust between the brothers, Daily Star previously reported.
Expert Elser, writing for news.com.au, continued: "While he might decide at some point to discard his titles of his own volition, he objects to the idea of being forcibly stripped of them.
"Meanwhile, the Prince of Wales is reportedly about as keen on the Sussexes being included as he is on men who wear necklaces or all those emails he keeps being sent by Advanced Hair."
Whether the Duke of Sussex makes an appearance at the upcoming coronation remains to be seen, but it would appear King Charles is extremely keen to have him there.
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