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Prince Harry skips King Charles’ ‘Scottish Coronation’ as family rift continues

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle skipped King Charles’ Scottish Coronation in Edinburgh yesterday as their rift with the royal family continues.

The Prince and Princess of Wales joined the and Queen during a service of thanksgiving and dedication at St Giles’ Cathedral where Charles was presented with the Honours of Scotland which are Britain’s oldest crown jewels.




His Scottish celebrations followed his Coronation in Westminster Abbey on May 6 which Harry attended without Meghan who chose to stay at home in the US with their children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

However, despite attending that day, the Duke and Duchess decided to give his ‘second Coronation’ a miss which was expected as they stepped down from the royal family more than three years ago now.

They did return to the UK for the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and her funeral in September last year but did not make an appearance at the King’s first Trooping the Colour last month, the Mirror reports.

The Coronation was the first time Harry had come face to face with his family since the release of his bombshell memoir Spare.

In his tell-all book, the Duke accused his older brother Prince William of physically attacking him during a heated argument.

Harry and Meghan did not attend the Charles’ ‘second Coronation’(Image: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

He also revealed a disagreement between his wife Meghan and sister-in-law Kate over the Duchess’ bridesmaid dresses in 2018.

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