King Charles’s coronation went down on Saturday, May 6, and the lip readers are out here working overtime to figure out every single thing the Royals said to each other when they were caught chatting on camera. Predictably, there’s been a lot of focus on Prince Harry in particular for reasons including, but not limited to, the preeminent royal feud.
According to a lip reader Jeremy Freeman who spoke to The Sun, Prince Harry allegedly—emphasis on allegedly—told Princess Eugenie’s husband, Jack Brooksbank, “I’m fed up with the way they treat me.”
Unclear whomst Harry was referring to, but the lip reader claims he also said, “It’s not an ideal situation,” to which Jack Brooksbank allegedly replied, “If I can make you feel any better, and even I can do it. It’s not the quiet life, is it?”
Harry then shook his head and the lip reader claims he said, “They don't care.” At another point, Jack allegedly said, “I haven’t time for that, not if it’s over…,” while Harry added, “It’s an eventuality.”
Truly, Prince Harry and Jack Brooksbank could have been discussing anything, but it’s definitely all very suspicious.
Meanwhile, lip readers were also on notice to analyze what was being discussed on the Buckingham Palace balcony, where King Charles and Queen Camilla spent some time worrying about their crowns (relatable as ever). Apparently, Charles said, “I can’t see a thing with this crown. I can’t look up," while Queen Camilla replied, “I can’t see anything either, my crown will fall off.”
Thirsty for more royal tea? May we suggest Prince Harry's explosive autobiography, Spare.
Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm, She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.