Harry and Meghan scared what future holds if they miss coronation

Angela Levin claims Prince Harry is still taking drugs

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Angela Levin appeared on Saturday’s instalment of GB News where she was interviewed by Nana Akua about the Royal Family. Angela claimed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are ‘terribly scared’ future programmes there are meant to appear in “won’t work” if they do not attend King Charles III’s coronation.

The expert began: “He’s [Prince Harry] not decided yet but it was in the paper today that he thought it was a special family moment and they thought it would be lovely to come [to the coronation].

“This was not from them, but from an aide or somebody speaking on their behalf. So that is quite interesting.”

She claimed: “In other words, they are terribly scared that any programme they are going to do afterwards won’t work unless they are here.

“I don’t believe that suddenly spitting vile for two or three years that they suddenly think it is a lovely family engagement.

Nana interjected: “So they are softening us up to let us know they might be coming?”

Angela replied: “Well, I think they are manipulating everything, I don’t think they are softening us up.

“You can’t actually be so rude and then suddenly think it’s a lovely family thing.

“The whole point was to get away from the lovely family because it wasn’t lovely at all.”

She later branded Harry an “ex-prince” before going on to praise Prince William for meeting troops on the Ukrainian border.

The Prince of Wales’ visit to Rzeszow in south-eastern Poland was kept under wraps until he left and headed to Warsaw.

The future king told British soldiers: “Thank you for all you are doing out here.”

He thanked them for “keeping everyone safe” and “keeping an eye on what’s going on”.

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“So, just a big thank you for what you do on a day-to-day basis,” William concluded.

King Charles’ coronation is taking place on May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London.

The Prince and Princess of Wales as well as their three children are set to attend the ceremony as well as Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

GB News is available to watch on Sky 512, Virgin 604 and Freeview 236.

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