Experts have just hailed King Charles for having handled Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with delicacy.
TV star Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen brought these admissions to light.
She shared it all with the Daily Star and started by admitting, “Oh for goodness sake, as a grandfather and head of my own dynasty, there's always going to be some falling out.”
“My only take on all of this is I think the King and the palace are doing an incredibly cool job and accepting the fact there is dissent in the ranks and getting on with it.”
“It's about a much bigger picture, it's going to be Harry and Meghan's choice [if they attend the coronation] and ultimately the critical thing is they're invited.”
“What is important is they're not having a big family falling out, there is nothing trailer trash about the way it's going and I think it's been done with incredible delicacy.”
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