The Coronation marked the first time the Duke of Sussex appeared with his family since the publication of the explosive memoir Spare, which revealed intimate details about the inner workings of the Royal Family.
During his brief visit to the United Kingdom, Prince Harry reportedly visited Buckingham Palace but did not see any members of the Royal Family.
After the conclusion of the coronation at Westminster Abbey, he spent less than a half-hour there.
The Duke of Sussex traveled directly from the Palace to Heathrow Airport in order to return to his family in California.
This is his first confirmed visit to the palace since his grandmother’s memorial, and although he was a frequent guest during Queen Elizabeth’s tenure, this is the first time he has been seen there since the funeral.
The Telegraph reported that during his 36-hour visit for the Coronation, he stayed at his erstwhile family residence, Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor.
On the big day, he was driven to Westminster Abbey in a black BMW while protected by a specialized Scotland Yard team.
His first appearance alongside his family since the release of his explosive memoir Spare.
In the third row, two seats behind his brother Prince William.
Harry and several other prominent Monarchs were absent from the official photographs of King Charles’ coronation.
The four photographs were taken at Buckingham Palace immediately after the newly crowned Charles and Camilla appeared on the palace balcony to greet the throngs following Westminster Abbey’s historic service.
Charles thanked the nation for its support of his and Camilla’s coronation and pledged to rededicate his life to service in a recent statement.
In the group photograph, which includes employees of the Firm, the royals can be seen glowing while posing in their finest attire.
Charles and Camilla occupy the center of the frame, flanked by the King’s sister Princess Anne and her spouse Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence. The Duke of Kent, the Duchess of Gloucester, and the Duke of Gloucester join them.
On the opposite side, next to Camilla, are Prince William and Princess Kate of Wales, followed by Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh, who lends a hand to Princess Alexandra, 86, and Prince Edward, Duke of Edinburgh.
The ensemble photograph does not include Prince George or any of the other juvenile royals who appeared on the palace balcony after the Coronation, including Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Lady Louise Windsor, and James, Earl of Wessex.
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