Many people questioned whether Prince Harry would attend King Charles III’s coronation when the shocking biography Spare was published.
The big day has passed after all the “will he, won’t he” uncertainty, with The King and wife Queen Camilla being formally crowned on Saturday, May 6, 2023.
Prince Archie, the son of Harry, celebrated his fourth birthday on May 6.
So, did Harry eventually attend the coronation? Or did he abstain from the royal ceremony?
What you should know is as follows.
Prince Harry, did you make it to the coronation?
Prince Harry did go to Westminster Abbey in London for his father’s coronation.
According to rumors, the Duke of Sussex arrived in the UK on Friday. He didn’t bring his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
She will stay in California with the couple’s children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, it was acknowledged in advance by Buckingham Palace.
As he entered Westminster Abbey, Prince Harry took a seat in the third row of a row that was crowded with members of the Royal Family.
He shared a seat with Princess Eugenie, who was expecting, her husband Jack Brooksbank, and Princess Alexandra, the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.
Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, and their spouse Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi joined him in the front row.
Princess Anne, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, and other members of the royal family, including Prince Edward, The Duke of Kent, were seated behind Prince Harry.
The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, The Prince and Princess of Wales, and Page of Honour Prince George were sat in the front row.
In addition to sporting military medals and a morning suit for the event, Prince Harry took no part in the ceremony in an official capacity and did not watch the flypast from Buckingham Palace’s balcony.
Prince Harry spent about 28 hours in the UK in all, making it a rather hurried visit.
He was shown on camera getting into a car outside of the Abbey shortly after the ceremony ended.
The Duke reportedly left there for about 30 minutes to get some peace and quiet away from the media before going on to Heathrow Airport.
According to reports, he arrived at the Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday morning around 3.30 am UK time, or approximately 7.30 pm local time on Saturday.