Prince Harry showed his concern to his cousin Princess Eugenie when they arrived in Westminster for the coronation of Britain’s King Charles III last week.
According to the British “Daily Mail”, Harry attended the coronation ceremony of his father, King Charles III, last Saturday, but he left in a hurry on a solo visit without his wife Megan Markle.
While members of his family, including Prince Andrew, Mike, Zara Tyndalls, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and their spouses, upon their arrival at the venue, watched the coronation ceremony, and so on.
Harry was seen standing at the back of the group as he engaged in small talk with Cousin Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooks.
Lip reading expert Jeremy Freeman revealed the brief conversation Harry and Eugenie had and revealed the four words Harry said as they made their way to their seats inside the abbey.
Jack turns and smiles at Harry, who draws his attention to Eugenie, who is wearing a navy blue silk dress that shows off her huge baby bump.-
Harry made a hand gesture as he asked, ‘Are you ready to fall?’ Referring to a state of family frustration.-
Later when they took their seats, Harry was sitting next to Jack and the couple seemed to be keeping track of all the things that had been going on lately.
The Duke makes a cryptic comment hinted at as a “possibility” after Jack says, “It’s not quite life, is it?”
Harry also mentioned that he felt “sad” after the meeting and added, “I’m fed up, I tried to talk to him.”
After the coronation, he was seen leaving the abbey and is said to have returned to Buckingham Palace but never met his family.
In about 28 hours, he left the country and headed back to California to join Meghan and his two children, Lilibet, and Archie, who turned four on coronation day.