King Charles in talks to break silence on Harrys Netflix doc and memoir in BBC chat

King Charles is allegedly getting ready to break his silence regarding his youngest son Prince Harry as he is in talks to do a landmark BBC interview.

King Charles III, 74, along with his oldest son Prince William, 40, and wife Kate Middleton, 41, have so far maintained a dignified silence following a stream of sensational claims from Prince Harry, 38, as his Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan rose to be the most popular show on the platform a month before his explosive memoir Spare was released earlier this month.

However, aides at the Palace are currently in talks with the BBC for the King to have his say and reveal his side of the story, breaking his silence once and for all, the Mirror has reported.

The publication continued to reveal that the BBC allegedly want Charles to do a piece to camera about his life and his plans as monarch, which would feature in their coverage celebrating his coronation on 6 May.

It would be in this chat where a segment would be set aside for the King to talk about his youngest son Harry and the allegations he and his wife Meghan Markle, 41, have made toward the Palace and the Royal Family, including when Harry said King Charles felt concerned over his "novel and resplendent" wife Meghan overshadowing him.

An insider told the Mirror: “Plans are already up and running for coronation coverage at the BBC, including the profile on the monarch."

Describing the situation as "tricky", they continued: “Even one small comment on Harry and Meghan would make worldwide news. It could also prompt a response from Harry, which would be unpredictable, like so much. Everything is very delicate.”

OK! has contacted King Charles' representatives for a comment.

It comes after a friend of Harry and Meghan, Sirius XM presenter Gayle King told her listeners: "He said he still loves his brother and father and is hoping there will be some kind of reconciliation.

"But right now, they are extremely angry with him.

"They are carrying on with their public events, but I do hope too, there is a kind of reconciliation with the family. I would love to see reconciliation with the family on both sides because I both think they really care about each other.

"My heart goes out to Harry and Meghan, and I really do applaud them in speaking their truth and telling their story."


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