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STAND STRONG: Prince Harry NOT in Coronation.

STAND STRONG: Prince Harry NOT in Coronation.

STAND STRONG Prince Harry will not be allowed to attend the Coronation because senior royals are concerned that what he says will “end up in paperback.”

PRINCE Harry will not be welcome at the Coronation of King Charles because senior family figures fear what they say will “end up in paperback”.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, stunned the royals this week by revealing private conversations in his memoir, Spare, and in television interviews.

Princess Anne’s, 72, and Prince Edward’s, 58, families are now concerned that private details of the Coronation will be exploited at a later date.

The King and Princess of Wales Kate were seen for the first time yesterday since Harry’s explosive book hit the shelves.

Charles, 74, was seen driving his car at his Scottish estate Birkhall, while Kate, 41, was seen driving on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

There are now concerns that the Coronation, which is only 16 weeks away, will devolve into a Harry and Meghan circus.

Members of the family are concerned that they will not be able to speak freely if the couple is present.

“There have been discussions among the family, including Edward and Anne,” a source told The Sun.

“They don’t want private Coronation conversations to make it into the paperback edition of Spare.”

The worry comes after an online poll for The Sun revealed that 78% of 31,300 readers want the California-based couple to skip the historic day.

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The ceremony will be attended by Princess Anne, 72, and Prince Edward, 58, as well as their partners Vice Admiral Tim Laurence, 67, and Sophie Countess Wessex, 57.

Harry received a four-book deal worth an estimated $40 million, and his first memoir delves into private behind-the-scenes conversations with his family.

The 407-page book, which was released earlier this week, spared almost no one in the Royal Family’s privacy.

His accounts of a fight with William in his kitchen and conversations with his elder sibling and father astounded readers.

Meghan, 41, won a High Court battle last year after a newspaper published excerpts from a “private” letter she wrote to her estranged father, Thomas Markle.

However, Harry appeared to have no such reservations when he shared text messages allegedly sent by Kate to his wife during the bridesmaid dress fitting row.

He writes that Kate texted Meg to say “Charlotte’s dress is too big, too long, too baggy. When she tried it on at home, she sobbed.”‘

“Right, and I told you the tailor has been standing by since 8 a.m.,” Meghan retorted. Here. At KP. Can you take Charlotte to have it altered like the other mothers?’

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“According to Harry’s account, Kate responded, “No, all the dresses must be remade.”

The texts are at the heart of competing stories about who made who cry — stories that neither Kate nor William have ever discussed.

Harry describes meeting Princess Anne at Balmoral and his aunt asked him if he wanted to say his goodbyes to the Queen, who had died before he arrived.

He describes intensely private conversations he had with William and Charles just an hour after Prince Philip’s funeral at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

He documents clashing with William over the Sussexes’ Oprah Winfrey interview and describes how his father begged his sons “please, boys, don’t make my final years a misery”.

And he publishes a phone conversation he had with his father, who had just learned that the Queen was dying.

Harry writes that he contacted Charles, who “told me I was welcome at Balmoral, but… without her (Meghan)”.

“He started to explain his reasons, but they didn’t make any sense at all, and it was also disrespectful,” the memoir continues.

“I didn’t put up with it from him, and don’t even think about talking about my wife in that way.”

Harry stated this week that he wants “reconciliation” talks with his family.

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“I’d like to get my father back, and I’d like to get my brother back,” he told ITV’s, Tom Bradby.

Surprisingly, he stated that he would only speak to them again if it remained private.

We revealed last month that Charles had stopped taking Harry’s phone calls and had asked him to email any requests to his assistant.

Insiders say Charles was warned by advisers that any phone calls or video chats could be recorded and used by Harry for his Netflix series.

“There has been a sense of concern from Charles’ side that anything discussed could be repeated or used in content that Harry will make public,” another source said.

This week, Harry admitted that he hadn’t spoken to Charles, William, or Queen Consort Camilla in a long time.

According to reports, the final guest list for the Coronation has yet to be determined.

When Charles and Camilla are crowned on May 6, there will be approximately 2,000 people inside Westminster Abbey.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment last night.

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