Prince William will attend Baftas after Harry’s TV interview as he steps up to HEPL amid King and Kate’s recovery

Prince William WILL attend Baftas after Harry’s TV interview as he steps up to help amid King and Kate’s recovery

Meanwhile Harry will discuss Charles’ cancer shock in a new bombshell interview


PRINCE William will attend Baftas after his brother Harry’s TV interview – as he steps up to help lead while King Charles and Kate recover.

The Prince of Wales will be a guest at the film awards ceremony on Sunday evening, it is understood.

Prince William and Kate at the Baftas last year


Prince William and Kate at the Baftas last yearCredit: Getty

He is bearing the brunt of Charles’s duties after the monarch postponed his return to work after his cancer diagnosis.

William had cleared his diary to care for his wife Kate and their three children after she underwent abdominal surgery last month.

All other working members of the Royal Family are understood to be continuing with public engagements in the King’s absence.

But the Princess of Wales is unlikely to be seen carrying out any frontline duties until after Easter, sources say.

The Sun understands Charles and William have become incredibly close in recent months.

The King has been regularly staying at Windsor Castle on Sunday nights to spend time with his eldest son and heir to the throne.

It comes as Prince Harry will discuss King Charles’ cancer diagnosis in a new bombshell interview airing today.

The Duke of Sussex jetted back to the UK earlier this month after his father revealed he had been diagnosed with a type of cancer.

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He had flown thousands of miles from his California home to be at the King’s side – but only met with his dad for 30 minutes.

Harry will appear on Good Morning America with the show’s host Will Reeve.

He is set to discuss his life in California and the possibility of becoming a US citizen.

The description of the show promises an “all-new interview with Prince Harry on his life with Meghan, how his father King Charles is doing and his passion supporting wounded warriors”.

Reeve was seen joining the Sussexes at an Invictus event in Vancouver on Wednesday.

And this morning the channel dropped a teaser of the interview that will air today.

It comes after defiant Meghan and Harry hit back at fierce criticism for their rebrand.

They were criticised for not consulting the Royal Family first, after the Queen had banned the couple from using ‘SussexRoyal’ when they stepped away from royal duty four years ago.

A representative for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told The Mirror: “We’ve heard time and time again that certain opportunities are make or break for the couple.

“They’re still here. They’re still working and pursuing what they believe in, despite constantly being challenged and criticised.

“This couple will not be broken.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Canada on Tuesday to mark one year until the Invictus Games are held there in 2025.

The couple were once again snapped at the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in British Columbia on Thursday.

They spoke to participants who will be doing skeleton bobsledding as they joined a training session in the run up to the Invictus Games.

Why Charles bravely shared his diagnosis

KING Charles has bravely broken with royal protocol by sharing his cancer diagnosis.

Senior royals have in past been tight-lipped about their health battles.

The last top royal diagnosed with cancer was Charles’s grandfather George VI.

Heavy smoker George had his left lung removed for “structural abnormalities” in September 1951, months before he died.

The “abnormalities” were actually a life-threatening carcinoma, but the public never learned about George’s cancer ordeal.

Buckingham Palace said Charles wanted to share his cancer diagnosis to boost “public understanding” for cancer patients worldwide.


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