King Charles did not receive Prince Harry, but he found time to meet David Beckham

King Charles III held a private meeting with former England soccer star David Beckham - after not accepting wayward son Prince Harry, The Sun reported.
Becks, 49, met Charles at his country home in Highgrove, Glos, to find out more about his charity, the King's Foundation.
It came after Charles, 75, had a packed schedule and was too busy to meet Harry, 39, during his three-day stay in London following his son's years of public attacks on his family.
Harry has spent the past four years attacking the royal family, including Charles, Camilla and William and Kate, taking shots at them in television interviews, in his six-part Netflix series and in his shock memoir Spare.
The Sun exclusively revealed in October last year that the soccer ace had accepted an invitation for talks with the king to explore ways they could work together for a charity that provides youth skills training.
David Beckham has distanced himself from Prince Harry following his public attacks on the royal family, having previously served as an ambassador for the Invictus Games.
It came after Charles joked he was "let out of his cage" while William enjoyed a game of beach volleyball during his first public engagement since Harry returned to the UK.
Today, Charles met servicemen and their families during his visit to the Third Royal Military Engineers School at Gibraltar Barracks in Minley, Hampshire.
The monarch apologized to the army for his last-minute visit to the training base, his first military engagement today after announcing his return to public duties./BGNES