As the world eagerly anticipates the coronation of King Charles in May, there is speculation that the king may give a tell-all interview about his life plans, legacy and the recent family scandals. Royal editor Russell Myers recently discussed the possibility of King Charles giving such an interview and the impact it may have on the Royal Family.
King Charles’ desire to have a say in shaping his legacy has been noted, but there is a general consensus that it may not be the best idea for him to be interviewed, especially since nobody would be able to avoid asking him about the recent scandals and infighting within the family. Jonathan Dimbleby is reportedly being lined up to conduct the interview, which could be explosive.
The Prince Andrew scandal has been ongoing for several years and has recently been compounded by the issues surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan. While many people would be eager to hear from King Charles, it is believed that any interview he gives would be dominated by questions about Prince Harry and the family infighting.
King Charles has been vocal about his desire for unity and togetherness in his speeches, and it is believed that he would want to convey these messages in any interview.
However, it is feared that any negative questions about Prince Harry would undermine the positive messages that the king wants to share.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Wilby, has reportedly been asked to become a peacemaker in the ongoing family drama.
It is hoped that the Archbishop can help to bring some peace to the situation, but there will likely be conditions on both sides. For example, it is expected that Prince Harry and Meghan will be asked not to bring a Netflix crew with them to the coronation.
While Meghan has been relatively quiet in recent months, she has not taken herself completely out of the situation. There have been reports suggesting that she may have allowed Prince Harry to take the spotlight for better or for worse, and that she may not have known what the reaction would be to his recent book.
However, with the couple set to return to work in a few weeks, there is hope that they may take a more peaceful road in the lead up to the coronation.
The bigger scandal, however, is still that of Prince Andrew and the infamous photograph with Virginia Giuffre. Prince Andrew has denied remembering the meeting with Giuffre and the photo, and Glenn Maxfield has claimed that the photo is a fake.
The plot around this story has thickened in recent weeks, with questions about the authenticity of the photo and the involvement of Prince Andrew continuing to be raised.
While many people would be eager to hear from King Charles in a tell-all interview, it is not considered to be the best idea given the current state of the Royal Family. The Archbishop of Canterbury has been asked to become a peacemaker, and there is hope that he can bring some peace to the situation in the lead up to the coronation. With the couple set to return to work in a few weeks, there is also hope that Prince Harry and Meghan may take a more peaceful road in the lead up to the big event. The bigger scandal surrounding Prince Andrew and the infamous photograph continues to be the source of much speculation and intrigue.