The past week for the royal family was marked by one big event – the king’s birthday. Charles turned 75, just over a year since he ascended the throne.
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And although the anniversary passed without lavish celebrations, one question tormented fans of the royal family – whether Prince Harry celebrated his father’s holiday. The short answer is “Yes”.
The prince, who has been living in the US with his wife since 2020, called the king on his birthday. Their conversation was “warm and positive” according to reliable Air Force sources – a sign that relations between father and son may improve.
In addition to Harry, his two young grandchildren, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibeth, also spoke with King Charles. Harry and Meghan Markle’s children even reportedly recorded a short video of themselves singing “Happy Birthday” to their grandfather.
Meanwhile, it has emerged that Harry intends to watch the new and final season of The Crown, which tells the story of his own family. The first four episodes, which are now available to watch on Netflix, deal with the death of his mother, Princess Diana.
Unlike the rest of the royal family, Prince Harry does not have a negative attitude towards the series. “It’s much more natural for me to watch The Crown than the stories written about my family or my wife. The show is clearly fictional,” he commented on James Corden’s show in 2021.