King Charles III Addresses Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Controversies
King Charles III Addresses Controversy Surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Upcoming BBC Interview
King Charles III will break tradition by addressing the recent controversies surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a forthcoming BBC interview.
The interview, which will take place before Charles’ coronation, will focus on his reign and the monarchy as a whole. The former Queen Elizabeth II never spoke publicly on such matters, but Charles has decided to address them in light of recent events.
The recent Netflix documentary and Prince Harry’s book, “Spare”, have caused headlines and sparked discussions about the royal family and the couple’s treatment.
A source from Buckingham Palace has commented that it is not customary to avoid subjects in interviews and any comment on the matter would make worldwide news. The situation is described as delicate, with Prince Harry’s memoir painting a picture of Charles as an absent parent.
The coronation coverage plans at the BBC, including the monarch profile, are already underway. The insider from The Daily Mirror says that everything is very delicate, and Prince Harry’s response to the interview, if any, is unpredictable.
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