Brothers Still World Apart: Prince Harry Sits Far From Prince William At The Third Row At Coronation While Wearing A Painful Grin 

Brothers Still World Apart: Prince Harry Sits Far From Prince William At The Third Row At Coronation While Wearing A Painful Grin 

Keeping their distance? Prince Harry and Prince William didn’t appear to cross paths during King Charles III’s coronation ceremony on Saturday, May 6.

Harry, 38, was seated in the third row of London’s Westminster Abbey, joining cousins Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice and their respective husbands, Jack Brooksbank and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, inside the church while wearing his morning suit.

While the Duke of Sussex did not formally participate in Charles’ crowning, William, 40, was responsible for delivering an homage to the king. The Prince of Wales arrived with his wife Princess Kate on Saturday, each wearing “formal robe and mantle at the request of the King and Queen,” per BBC.

The royal couple walked into the abbey with daughter Princess Charlotte, 8, and son Prince Louis, 5, and took their seats in the first row. Eldest child Prince George, 9, served as one of Charles’ Pages of Honour during the procession down the aisle and later joined his siblings for the ride back to Buckingham Palace.

At the end of the ceremony, Harry was not seen in the car procession with other senior royals and did not appear on the palace’s balcony. CBS News reported that the former military pilot would be absent from the post-coronation lunch.

Meghan, 41, skipped the event to stay home with son Archie, who turned 4 on Saturday, and daughter Lilibet, 23 months. Royal expert Nick Bullen previously told Us that Harry would likely be returning to the U.S. as soon as possible “to be back for Archie’s birthday.”

Harry has not been seen with his older sibling since addressing their tumultuous relationship in his memoir, Spare, which hit shelves in January.

“Two years older than me, Willy was the Heir, whereas I was the Spare. This wasn’t merely how the press referred to us — though it was definitely that. This was shorthand often used by Pa and Mummy and Grandpa.

And even Granny,” he wrote, referring to the origin of the book’s title. “I was summoned to provide backup, distraction, diversion and, if necessary, a spare part. Kidney, perhaps. Blood transfusion. The speck of bone marrow. This was all made explicitly clear to me from the start of life’s journey and regularly reinforced after.”

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