Last Saturday, Great Britain found a new king, and with him – a queen.
The coronation of Charles III and his wife Camilla took place in London. The British enjoyed the historical moment, and the appearance and then the early disappearance of Prince Harry somehow passed unnoticed.
He appeared for a very short time in civilian clothes, sat modestly in the third row, not being able to even come close to the main characters of the event and his close relatives to say hello.
The resentment of the runaway prince, who hurried to leave as soon as the opportunity arose, is understandable.
Harry dived into a black BMW and headed to the airport, not wanting to share the joy of the aerial pirouettes of aviation and a celebratory concert complemented by a light show.
It is estimated that he spent a total of 28 hours and 42 minutes on the land of his homeland.
He was also not invited to the Royal Lodge at Windsor Castle. Although, even Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife were present there. And he himself refused the dinner party, according to Western media.
Officially, Harry was in a hurry for the birthday of his son Archie, who turned four years old on that very day.
The celebration was held in a small, family circle with friends.
The Sussex couple once again demonstrated that they are fine without all this ostentatious hype of the royal court, dictated by centuries-old traditions.