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King Charles Asserts Authority By Significant Move Amidst Feud with Sons Prince William and Prince Harry

King Charles III has made a significant move that has sent a clear message to his feuding sons, Prince William and Prince Harry: his authority cannot be questioned when it comes to making decisions within the royal family.

The 75-year-old monarch’s decision not to meet with his estranged son, Prince Harry, during the Duke’s highly publicized trip to the UK has left many speculating about the intentions behind the move.

Royal expert Jack Royston expressed disappointment and concern over the perceived pettiness of the decision, particularly in light of Buckingham Palace’s subsequent announcement of a joint engagement with Prince William.

The announcement, scheduled for May 13, will see King Charles officially hand over the role of Colonel-in-Chief of the Army Air Corps to Prince William, a position previously held by Prince Harry.

Royston warned that the move could prove detrimental to the monarchy, as Prince Harry’s veteran status is still highly respected in Britain, and any perceived snub could damage public perception of the royal family.

Royston emphasized the importance of repairing the strained relationship between Prince Harry and the royal family, highlighting the public’s desire for warmth and reconciliation within the monarchy.

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Despite the absence of a meeting between Prince Harry and King Charles during the Duke’s current trip, hopes remain high for a future resolution to the ongoing feud.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry is in the UK to attend the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, with his spokesperson confirming that a meeting with King Charles will not take place due to the monarch’s busy schedule.

As speculation continues to swirl, the public waits anxiously for signs of reconciliation and unity within the royal family.

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