The comment was made during the King's visit to UELPhoto: Getty Images

King Charles reacts after being told to ‘bring back Harry’

The King made an awkward remark about Prince Harry on Wednesday while he was attending engagements in East London, but he managed to laugh it off.

Can you bring back Harry? was a student’s question as the monarch greeted University of East London (UEL) students at their Stratford campus.

 

Charles toured pioneering hospital training wards at UEL
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Charles initially misheard and responded, “Who?” before realizing what the man had said and giggling.

Harry, the youngest son of the King, and his wife, Meghan, now reside in Montecito after the couple retired from royal duties in 2020.

Harry’s candid autobiography, Spare, which he published last month, described his tense interactions with members of the royal family, including his father, stepmother, Camilla, and older brother, Prince William.

 

King Charles meets Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy at Buckingham Palace
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No claims or accusations made in the book or the six-part Netflix docuseries about the Sussexes that aired in December received a response from Buckingham Palace.

Harry and Meghan’s attendance at the coronation of the King on May 6 is unknown, but the Duke spoke about it in an earlier-this-year ITV interview with Tom Bradby.

Charles visited the university and visited the university’s cutting-edge hospital training wards, where he saw mannequins that could “speak,” “breathe,” and “blink.”

The King had previously interacted with three infants and their mothers at the hub’s baby development lab, which studies the early effects of urban living on children.

 

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The King and Queen Consort had a meeting with the Bangladeshi community in London earlier in the day while visiting Brick Lane.

On Wednesday, the monarch held their first meeting at Buckingham Palace with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy.

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