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King Charles ‘paralyzed by fear’ over Meghan, Harry as he risks ‘humiliation’: expert

King Charles is “paralyzed by fear” when it comes to making decisions about Meghan Markle and his son Prince Harry, a royal expert has claimed.

Royal biographer and commentator Tom Bower believes that the monarch, who is set to be formally crowned on May 6, has struggled with how to handle the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the historic event.

“Paralyzed by fear and indecision, Charles has failed to suppress the Sussexes’ vile vitriol,” Bower wrote in the Sun.

In calculating whether to allow the Sussexes to attend his Coronation, Charles has reverted to his familiar stance — dithering, worrying about his image.”

He risks his limelight being stolen by the Sussexes if they attend the historic event.

“Ever since Megxit, Meghan and Harry have humiliated the King and the Royal Family,” he wrote.

Meghan and Harry — who recently received their invitations to the ceremony — are still mulling over whether or not they will make the 5,459-mile-long trip.

The couple is looking for a number of reasons to attend Charles’ coronation, including getting a spot on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the event.
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Then-Prince Charles & Prince Harry.
King Charles is reportedly “paralyzed by fear” over dealing with his son, Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan Markle.
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The couple’s alleged list of demands — which include a spot on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the coronation and an acknowledgment of their two young kids during festivities — could throw the historic event into “chaos,” royal insiders fear.

If they do go, the pair will be met with a “cold shoulder” from senior members of the royal family, according to reports.

The pair, who wed in 2018, are mainly concerned with the role of their kids — Prince Archie, who will turn 4 the day his grandfather is crowned king, and Princess Lilibet, 1, a source close to the palace told OK! Magazine.

Britain's King Charles III (C), Britain's Camilla, Queen Consort, Britain's Prince William, Prince of Wales (L) and Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex (R) look at members of the Bearer Party transferring the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, draped in the Royal Standard, form the State Gun Carriage of the Royal Navy into the State Hearse at Wellington Arch in London on September 19, 2022, after the State Funeral Service of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
Meghan and Harry recently received their invitations to the coronation.

It’s believed Archie and Lilibet have not been invited to attend the coronation, which reportedly didn’t go down too well with the exiled royals.

Harry and Meghan are reportedly pushing to be included on the Buckingham Palace balcony on the big day — a royal protocol reserved strictly for working members of the royal family only.

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