It has been discussed for months if Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet will attend King Charles’ coronation. Although they have been formally invited, Harry and Meghan have not yet confirmed whether they will attend.
Archie’s fourth birthday falls on the day of the coronation, making it an even more memorable occasion. But as the historic day draws near, royal admirers have now expressed their fury over a “vile” joke being spread about the young prince. King Charles is there, as well as Michael Jackson.
With his birth on May 6, 2019, Prince Archie has attracted attention.
As with the birth of any royal child, he was born at The Portland Hospital in London, and it was a momentous occasion. But Harry and Meghan made the decision to take a slightly different tack.
Katie Nicholl, a royal specialist, claims that Harry was apparently preoccupied with withholding information about the birth of his baby from the media. Nicholl referred to Harry’s desire to keep Archie’s birth as “almost morbidly compulsive” in The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown.
During the Jubilee celebration, Archie and Lilibet were also in the UK with their parents. Nevertheless, a potential balcony appearance has now infuriated royal supporters over a “vile” comment.
Author of the 2002 book Diana: Closely Guarded Secret and royal authority Robert Jobson discussed Archie and the royal meeting at the balcony during a live broadcast on TalkTV. Jobson suggested that the young prince could be hanged over the balcony of Buckingham Palace, just as Michael Jackson had done two decades earlier with his kid.
The royal author continued by raising up his hands in imitation of “that Michael Jackson thing when they hold him over” before stating that Charles would blow out Archie’s birthday candle.
On the fifth floor of the Adlon hotel in Berlin, the Michael Jackson incident took place in 2002. It caused a fan uproar, for which The King of Pop eventually had to apologise.
“I became engrossed in the excitement of the situation. At the time, Jackson claimed, “I would never purposefully imperil the lives of my children.
But there were no laughs in response to Robert Jobson’s humour. Instead, royal supporters criticised the prank on social media.
According to Irish Mirror, one commenter said, “Hearing King Charles’ biographer boldly say that Prince Archie should be held over the Buckingham Palace balcony during the coronation is horrible.”