It might be King Charles III‘s coronation and party, but he is not allowed to cry or have tantrums even if he wants to.
On May 6, King Charles and his wife, Camilla, Queen Consort, will be crowned in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
Dubbed one of the century’s most significant events, millions will tune in to watch the moment His Majesty is officially proclaimed King of England.
However, there are many uncertainties around the religious and state event. Many royal observers believe the coronation could be overshadowed by how King Charles conducts himself with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and their young children — Archie and Lilibet.
King Charles is known for having a rather embarrassing, if not shameful bad habit — temper tantrums and petty actions.
On live television, the King has been seen snapping at royal staff members because of a pen or a desk that needed emptying.
In public, King Charles, on multiple occasions, embarrassed Queen Camilla for talking too much or spending too much time with well-wishers.
At the age of 74, the Sovereign is not afraid to pull small and petty stunts to hit Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The King is said to be frustrated and furious by Prince Harry and Markle’s decision to cause damage to the monarchy with their different projects.
One royal expert is pleading with King Charles to fight his urges to be petty or to have tantrums on his crowning day when he is confronted with Prince Harry and Markle.
Royal expert Kristen Meinzer spoke to Insider saying: “To then see that pettiness directed at his own son, he needs to be careful going forward to not look like he’s petty and has temper tantrums.”
Meinzer explained that it is important for King Charles to have Prince Harry and Markle added: “He only has two sons. This is probably the most significant day of your professional life if you’re Charles. He has been waiting for this his whole life”, adding that the Coronation is the bell-all [and] end-all.”
While King Charles is working on his terrible habits not to derail the event, it is not yet known if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will accept the invitation to the coronation.
Prince Harry recently told ITV this about traveling to London for his father’s crowning ceremony: “There’s a lot that can happen between now and then, but you know, the door is always open.
The ball is in their court. There is a lot to be discussed, and I really hope they are willing to sit down and talk about it.”
However, a source told the Daily Mail that they believe that the Duke and Duchess will be present.
The outlet reported: “The staff are certainly working on the expectation they are coming. These kinds of arrangements have to be made well in advance.”
A second source added: “with knowledge of Harry and Meghan’s thoughts on the issue,” added: “The indication is that they are, although there is a lot that needs to be worked through first.”
The Sussexes are staying quiet for now.