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Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Make King Charles ‘Paralyzed By Fear’ Over Humiliation Risks!

Royal family news reveals King Charles fears that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will humiliate him. As a result, the monarch has become so “paralyzed” with anxiety that he can’t take action, claims a royal family expert. And that means the Duke and Duchess of Sussex get all the power and control.

But does this situation relate only to Harry and Meghan? Or does King Charles have a history of hesitating to take action? Get all the royal details below. 

King Charles Fears Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Could Humiliate Him!

Royal family fans look forward to the coronation of King Charles on May 6. But the monarch himself needs to make a decision on how to handle Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at the event.

However, an expert claims that King Charles feels “paralyzed by fear” over deciding what to do about the Duchess and Duke of Sussex. Royal biographer and commentator Tom Bower theorizes that the monarch also struggles with indecision.

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Make King Charles 'Paralyzed By Fear' Over Humiliation Risks!

“Paralyzed by fear and indecision, Charles has failed to suppress the Sussexes’ vile vitriol,” Bower shared via the New York Post. And the royal family expert also claimed that he has seen this type of behavior before from the monarch. Bower believes that Charles often wastes time “dithering, worrying about his image.”

As a result, the upcoming coronation could see Prince Harry and Meghan stealing the spotlight from King Charles. And Bower thinks that Charles has a history of getting humiliated by Harry and Meghan. It began when the couple stepped down from their royal duties and settled in a California mansion. In the wake of those actions, “Meghan and Harry have humiliated the King and the Royal Family,” according to Bower.  

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Could Steal Coronation Spotlight

Ironically, Meghan and Harry have already stolen some of the coronation spotlight for several reasons. First, rumors swirled about whether or not Charles would invite them. And he held off on making an announcement, giving the Duchess and Duke the spotlight.

But second, Meghan and Harry have attracted attention over their invitations to the ceremony. Although the two received invites, they reportedly have not decided whether to travel 5,459 miles to see the coronation. And the media has turned over the spotlight to discussing whether or not they will show up. If they do accept the invitation, King Charles still has time to set some rules about Meghan and Harry’s role in the coronation events. 

However, the Duchess and Duke of Sussex have already given Charles their list of demands. For instance, they want a place on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the coronation. And Meghan and Harry also have requested that their two children enjoy an acknowledgment during the events. But royal insiders warn that if Charles gives in, the coronation could become complete chaos. And he reportedly feels so worried about risking humiliation that he can’t seem to issue those rules for his son and Meghan.

Tell us what you think. Do you feel that King Charles needs to set some rules in place for Meghan and Harry’s behavior at the coronation? And after you share your views, check back on our site for more royal family news.

  1. Tina Galaydick says

    Maybe Charles should treat him like he’s his son. That could really show the people of England that Harry and William are both his children!
    The embarrassment will come to Charles when Catherine files for divorce days before the coronation. Like father like son. William is just as bad as Charles. Williams girlfriend is just as ugly as Camilla!

  2. Gayle says

    Harry should go to coronation by himself and leave Meaghan in Cali. She’s the trouble maker

  3. Dee says

    I agree with you %

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