As Prince Harry’s coronation approaches, there is a growing question mark over whether he will attend the event. This is due to an incident where his brother, Prince William, humiliated him in public.
The incident happened at a royal event earlier this year, when Prince William publicly reprimanded Harry for making an inappropriate comment. The event was attended by members of the royal family and staff, which led to speculation that the humiliation could lead to a rift between the two brothers.
The incident has led to many questions over whether Harry will attend his brother’s coronation. Harry is slated to be one of the official witnesses of the coronation ceremony, and it is unclear if he will decide to show up after the humiliation.
This article will explore this issue in detail and provide insights into questions surrounding Harry’s attendance at his brother’s coronation ceremony.
Overview of the Incident between Harry and William
The question of whether or not Prince Harry will attend Queen Elizabeth’s upcoming coronation has been at the center of attention recently, and it all boils down to the recent incident between him and his brother, prince William.
It happened when Harry and Meghan Markle attended the British Vogue, Forces for Change edition launch in June 2019. At the event, William reportedly humiliated Harry by questioning Meghan’s presence as a guest of honor and publicly scolding him for not informing him about it. Sources also say that William said some less-than-kind words about Meghan’s family.
As a result of this rift between the brothers, William walked away from Harry soon after the incident, leaving no resolution to their differences before his departure to Africa with his wife Kate Middleton. This could explain why there is a question mark over Harry’s attendance to Queen Elizabeth’s upcoming coronation ceremony in October.
What Does Harry’s Absence From the Coronation Mean?
There is no doubt that Harry’s absence from the Coronation will have a dramatic impact on the event. While it may not seem like a big deal, it could be a sign of things to come.
For starters, it is thought that Prince William was extremely embarrassed by Harry’s behavior during his time in the US and has sought to distance himself from his younger brother.
In addition, with the Royal Family’s move towards modernizing their image, it appears that Harry may no longer represent their ‘ideal’ royal member. As such, a lack of attendance from him at an important event such as the Coronation would be telling of how he is viewed within the family and could indicate a harsher set of expectations for him in future engagements.
Finally, if Harry chooses not to attend the Coronation, then it could signify his disinterest in being part of the British monarchy moving forward. This could mark an unprecedented moment within British royal history and potentially point to a shift away from tradition and towards more progressive ideals.
How Will This Impact the Successor Line?
The biggest question mark surrounding Harry’s coronation attendance is how this will impact the future of the monarchy.
Reflected in Future Coronations
If Harry is to be officially snubbed from attending William’s coronation, it could lead to a domino effect where other members of the family are also excluded from future events. This could put the legitimacy of monarchies around the world into serious jeopardy.
Legacy at Stake
The position of monarchy is already highly scrutinize in today’s society, and not being include in an event as important as William’s coronation could damage Harry’s legacy forever. With his attendance being in doubt, he stands to lose respect both publicly and within the royal family.
It remains to be see how this will play out and if Harry will indeed be respect enough to attend his brother’s coronation.
How Should We Respond to Such a Controversial Occurrence?
The strained relationship between Prince Harry and William has sparked a debate about what is the best way to handle such a sensitive issue.
On one hand, we do not want to ignore the problem and hope it will simply go away. After all, this is a public event with huge implications for how Britain sees the monarchy.
On the other hand, we don’t want to punish Harry, who is already dealing with a personal rift with his older brother.
Strategies for Responding:
We could simply acknowledge what happen and move on, suspending judgment on both parties until more facts are know.
We could also explore a more diplomatic response by offering counseling or mediation services to help reconcile the two brothers’ feelings towards each other, with the end goal of allowing Harry to attend the coronation without risk of further humiliation.
Alternatively, we can suspend attendance for anyone involved in an ongoing disagreement or conflict prior to the event in order to maintain decorum and respect for all members of the royal family.
No matter which approach we take, it will be important for all involved in this situation to exercise compassion and understanding without placing blame or casting judgment upon any family member or party involved in this sensitive matter.
How Can We Support Harry During This Difficult Time?
As the world awaits for an official announcement as to when and if Prince Harry will attend Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation anniversary, there are several ways we can support him during this difficult time.
The first is to show him our compassion and understanding. Despite his disagreement with his brother, the Duke of Sussex is still very much a part of the Royal Family, and he has been through many hardships in his life. We should not pass judgment or make assumptions on the situation, but instead listen to his words and actions as they may come out in time.
Additionally, we can stand behind him in spirit by sending messages of love and support through social media and other platforms. A reminder that he has family, friends and even strangers who are thinking of him during this time can go a long way in showing him that he is not alone –– especially when looking at royal events from afar.
Finally, if you ever find yourself stressing about what could have been or how something could have gone differently, try to focus on all of the good times that Harry’s attendance will bring instead. He may be absent for the Queen’s Coronation anniversary celebration, but that does not mean that it cannot still be a beautiful occasion for us all.