In the wake of Princess Diana’s death, King Charles threw darts at Prince Harry

King Charles threw ‘darts’ at Prince Harry with Princess Diana death news

King Charles sat down with both of his sons to talk about Princess Diana’s death.

In his memoir’ Spare’, the monarch’s youngest son, Prince Harry recalls how his father walked into the room to reveal that his ‘mummy didn’t make it.’

Recalling his feelings at the time, Harry writes: “These phrases remain in my mind like darts in a board. He did say it that way, I know that much for sure. She didn’t make it. And then everything seemed to come to a stop. That’s not right. Not seemed. Nothing at all seemed. Everything distinctly, certainly, irrevocably, came to a stop. None of what I said to him then remains in my memory. It’s possible that I didn’t say anything. What I do remember with startling clarity is that I didn’t cry. Not one tear,” Harry notes in his memoir ‘Spare.’

“Pa didn’t hug me. He wasn’t great at showing emotions under normal circumstances, how could he be expected to show them in such a crisis? But his hand did fall once more on my knee and he said: It’s going to be OK,” Harry recalls.

Diana passed away in a Paris car accident with boyfriend Dodi Al-Fayed in 1997.

Royal family informs parliament about King Charles coronation arrangements

The guest list for King Charles coronation will be less than half the size of the one for Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation in 1953,said a report in UK’s Daily Express on Thursday.

According to the report, the palace officials have informed the authorities in parliament to prepare for occasion.

It said special stands were erected in the Abbey to allow 8,000 people to attend a service that lasted almost three hours on the day of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation.

Quoting unnamed sources in the parliament, the report said on King Charles’ coronation there will be no special stands or scaffolding and the service is predicted to last around half the time of the 1953 event.

A source said, “We are still waiting for details of a plan, but we have been told to expect attendance numbers of around 3,000 so nothing like the 8,000 last time, when they had to put up scaffolding and all sorts to accommodate the numbers.”