KING Charles offered Royal fans a hilarious response as they asked him an awkward question.
The monarch was greeted by students at the University of East London, on the Stratford campus, when one asked: "Can you bring back Harry?"
Hilariously, the King joked in response with just one word: "Who?" after mishearing the name.
When he finally connected the dots, he burst into laughter with the doting students.
The monarch visited the university on Wednesday February 8, to mark its 125th anniversary and the opening of a new frontline medical teaching hub in London.
This comes as doubts and rumours circulate about Harry and Meghan's attendance at King Charles' coronation.
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Insiders have claimed the Duke of Sussex may arrive without his wife in a brief 48-hour visit.
The plan – dubbed ‘Harry in a hurry’ – would see him make a swift appearance at the event on May 6.
But Meghan would stay at home to celebrate Archie’s fourth birthday, reports The Mail on Sunday.
This comes after the Royal Family are still reeling from the revelations in Prince Harry’s biography Spare and the Sussexes' tell-all Netflix bombshells including his fight with Prince William.
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He alleged that he was attacked by his brother the Prince of Wales, and accused the Queen Consort of leaking stories to the press.
It has only added fuel to the fire of his stormy relationships with the Royals – but Harry admitted he would still like to see his father be crowned.
He said during his interview with Tom Bradby: "There’s a lot that can happen between now and then.
"But, the door is always open. The ball is in their court.
"There’s a lot to be discussed and I really hope that they’re willing to sit down and talk about it."
Royal sources hinted that peace talks could be on the cards in the coming months to stop the feud overshadowing the coronation.
And, other insiders suggest the couple will likely be invited and there is a "working assumption" they will be there.
One official involved in coronation planning, told The Sun: “They will definitely be invited, and we are working on the assumption that they will come.”
The guestlist has been drawn up by the Palace but in close consultation with 10 Downing Street and the Foreign Office – with scores of foreign royals and leaders all expected to attend.
The special bank holiday weekend will see a series of processions and the King appearing on the Palace balcony twice.
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After the service, the newly-crowned King and Queen Consort will take part in a large ceremonial parade known as the Coronation Procession.
It is not clear what role Harry and Meghan would have – should they attend – because they are non-working Royals.
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