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Charles and William ‘won’t meet Harry alone’ in bid to stop ‘renegade royal’

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    King Charles and Prince William have agreed never to meet Prince Harry alone after the bombshell interview with Oprah, a royal expert has said.

    They held a crisis meeting after the racism and mistreatment allegations made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

    Prince William who has been most "furious" and "upset" following the interview, has decided that the firm needs a clear "strategy" to deal with "renegade" royals, according to Robert Jobson.

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    Meanwhile, the then Prince of Wales and now King Charles has agreed that "dramatic steps" are needed to be taken to deal with Prince Harry.

    The senior members of the Royal Family believe Prince Harry could not be "trusted" and will avoid meeting him "alone" fearing the conversations would otherwise be remembered differently by him.

    They would rather prefer to have the benefit of larger numbers with someone else in the room.

    The following claims have been revealed in Robert Jobson's new book Our King: Charles III — The Man And The Monarch Revealed.

    Two parts of the book had been published in this weekend's Mail on Sunday.

    An inside source has said: "William is the one who is most upset and needs time to calm down. He has been painted as hotheaded and unsympathetic.

    It is believed that the brothers, Prince William and Prince Harry's relationship had been strained even before Meghan Markle became a member of the Royal family.

    Prince Harry is known to have been "enraged" when Prince William asked their uncle, Earl Spencer to "step in and slow down" his marriage with Meghan.

    The late Queen including the senior royals has been deeply affected by the constant exchanges between the brothers with time.

    Recently, the Princess of Wales has admitted that the family walkabout at Windsor Castle in September last year was one of the most "toughest things she's ever had to do".

    Jobson's book claims have confirmed that the chances of reconciliation between the Prince of Wales with his brother are less likely.

    However, King Charles wishes the relationship with his son to be repaired.

    Harry and Meghan Markle have been invited to the Coronation of King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla on May 6, despite stepping back from royal life.

    However, the Duke and Duchess are yet to confirm whether they will be in attendance, and it is expected they will make a decision on the matter in a few days’ time.

    Speaking on the pending coronation RSVP, a royal source told The Daily Beast: “William is baffled by Harry not publicly saying that he is coming to the coronation, especially because everyone thinks he will be there.

    “Relations have never been this bad and it feels like Harry is just stringing it out to try and be difficult, frankly.”

    Buckingham Palace is currently finalising plans for Charles and Camilla’s big day which will see 2000 guests descend upon Westminster Abbey.

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    The coronation celebrations will last a total of three days starting with the official ceremony conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury on Saturday, May 7, followed by a grand procession.

    A bank holiday will be observed on Monday, May 8, in which Charles has encouraged the public to volunteer their time to charity as part of ‘The Big Help Out’.


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