According to The Sun on Sunday, Prince Harry had a chat with his father, King Charles, before accepting the invitation to attend the Coronation in May. Sources claim that both parties are keen to mend their relationship after Harry’s explosive revelations in his book and Netflix series. Although Charles expressed immense pride in both William and Harry in a recent speech, the brothers are still on speaking terms. Harry will travel alone from California for the ceremony, leaving Meghan and her two children behind. Harry’s decision to attend was reportedly to show “support for his father” and mark importance and importance to the country. Meghan is said to support her husband’s decision and is only left behind because of Archie’s birthday. Despite concerns about seating plans, there were no meaningful discussions, except for a security plan. Harry is currently suing the Home Office, claiming it was illegal to detain his 24-hour armed police guards when he was in the UK. He will not have a formal role in the ceremony and he is not expected to attend any other celebrations during the three-day holiday. Sarah Ferguson, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew, will also not attend the ceremony. Buckingham Palace had no comment.