FEUDING Princes William and Harry have no plans for a reunion during the younger brother’s flying visit for the Coronation.
The Sun told yesterday how the King had a “heart-to-heart” phone chat with Harry in a bid to clear the air — but the dispute with Wills was not discussed.
And it is understood there will be no time during the Duke of Sussex’s solo trip for a meeting.
Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty Magazine, said: “Out of politeness you’d think Harry would want to mingle with his family no matter how difficult that might be for him.
“They all have really tight schedules but it would be nice to stick around and be friendly.”
She added: “I’m glad he has spoken to his father, which has eased the path to rapprochement. Charles will welcome his son. I think his relationship with William is for another time.”
The Westminster Abbey ceremony on May 6 will be the first time the Prince of Wales, 40, has faced 38-year-old Harry since the January publication of his bombshell memoir Spare.
In it, Harry branded his brother his “arch-nemesis”.
He claimed that one altercation in Nottingham Cottage, in the grounds of Kensington Palace, saw Wills force him to the floor, breaking a dog bowl and leaving him with visible back injuries.
The book also called Camilla “dangerous” and said he had pleaded with Charles, now 74, not to wed the Queen Consort, 75.
Close friends of Camilla revealed she was stung by the comments.
The Marchioness of Lansdowne told The Sunday Times: “Of course it bothers her, of course it hurts her.
“But she doesn’t let it get to her. Her philosophy is always, ‘Don’t make a thing of it and it will settle down — least said, soonest mended’.”
The Sun contacted Buckingham Palace and Harry’s representatives for comment.