In a final and pointed gesture, King Charles has firmly solidified the destiny of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by deliberately excluding them from his Christmas Day speech. This deliberate snub was not limited to the spoken address; it extended to the BBC’s documentary chronicling his Coronation, wherein any reference to the prominent couple was conspicuously absent.

Aired on Christmas Day, the documentary delving into King Charles’s Coronation was notably devoid of any mention of either Prince Harry or Meghan Markle, even as it featured lesser-known members of the royal family. This deliberate omission has added a layer of significance to the already palpable tension surrounding the relationship dynamics within the monarchy.

Remarkably, despite the absence of Prince Harry from the documentary, it garnered substantial viewership, becoming the most-watched program on UK television that day. Approximately 3.7 million viewers tuned in to witness the special, which explored the intricacies of King Charles’s initial year on the throne and heightened public interest in the monarchy’s inner workings.

The broadcast of this documentary comes at a juncture when speculation persists about the trajectory of Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the Royal Family in 2024. The year 2023 was marked by significant developments, including the publication of two controversial books about the couple, further intensifying the scrutiny of the dynamics between the royal pair and the monarchy as a whole.

King Charles’s deliberate exclusions from the Christmas Day speech and the documentary contribute to an evolving narrative that continues to captivate public attention.

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