Apparently having a conversation with his father King Charles III about the inheritance that would be denied to his children Archie and Lilibet, Prince Harry is stirring up debate against his father King Charles III once more.
Since the inheritance they are asking for their two children, who have since been given the title of princes, is at risk, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, who, according to British rumors, do not have an official invitation to the King’s coronation on May 6, will have to find a way to attend the event.
Their recent statements have drawn criticism because the British public believes they should not be so involved in the coronation now that they are no longer royal members and have left their positions more than three years ago.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex should attend the coronation so that their children can receive the royal benefits they are asking, according to public relations specialist Nicole Blake-Baxter, for the benefit of the minors and their reputation.
“On the one hand, it may seem that Prince Harry has rejected many of the traditions and customs that come with being a member of the Royal Family. However, he has made it very clear that he believes the monarchy should continue and has even accepted royal titles for his children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet,” Nicole said.
And she said, “From a public relations perspective, I think reconciliation or showing a united front at this time is the best thing for her children, who are the successors to the monarchy.”
The expert claims that regardless of whether he is a royal member or not, all Prince Harry is asking for is that his two young children, Archie and Lilibet, receive the same advantages as the other members and that the inheritance for everyone is equitable.