Let’s break it down, shall we? The first line about “major news” and something that “majorly impacts you” is obvious, as it doesn’t get much more major than the coronation of your father. However, there is one tiny part that doesn’t match up perfectly: the “close friend or sibling” mention. Still, a father is pretty darn close to the “friend or sibling” reference. (Unless, of course, the word “sibling” refers to William, who played a pretty major role in the coronation too.)
Then, of course, there is the mention of the “boost” or “burden.” Unfortunately for the estranged Prince Harry, it was the latter for him. King Charles’s coronation was a boost for the rest of the fam, but not so much for him. Many hoped Prince Harry would sit with his brother, Prince William, and his sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, but he was pushed to the third row with his cousins, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. Nothing says “burden” quite like being relegated to the cheap seats. And Harry’s decision to immediately leave and head back to the States afterwards indicated that he viewed the whole ordeal as a “burden” as well.