King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla continue their duties and responsibilities following the release of Prince Harry’s memoir, “Spare.”

People said the King and Queen Consort made their first joint public engagement on Friday. As noted, they spent the day meeting individuals and communities in the northwest English region around Manchester.

Upon arrival in Bolton, the British Monarch and the former Duchess of Cornwall are said to have received a warm welcome at the local town hall. It is also stated that thousands of individuals packed along the railings at Victoria Square as they waved flags and cheered on the royal couple.

Friday’s official outing came more than a week after the highly anticipated memoir of Prince Harry, titled “Spare,” hit the shelves.

In it, the Duke of Sussex made several claims about members of the British Royal Family, including his father, King Charles III, and stepmother, Queen Consort Camilla.

One of the things the former working royal shares in his material is about the time he and Prince William urged their father not to marry the then-Camilla Parker Bowles.

In a previous report, Page Six quoted the King’s youngest son from the memoir, writing, in part, “Despite Willy and me urging him not to, Pa was going ahead. We pumped his hand, wished him well. No hard feelings.”

It continues, “We recognized that he was finally going to be with the woman he loved, the woman he’d always loved.”

The British Royal Family, alongside Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace, has yet to address Prince Harry’s memoir, including the claims in the book. They have not released any official comment, seemingly maintaining their silence about the matter.

Earlier this week, the New York Post reported that King Charles III has no plans of having any peace talks with the Duke of Sussex anytime soon.

Citing a report from the Evening Standard, the outlet noted that an insider shared an insight into what the British Monarch supposedly intends to do following the release of “Spare.”

As claimed, the King “has never been one to make quick judgments.” It is also stated that “there is no appetite at this moment in time to engage.”

Meanwhile, King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla made their first public appearance since the release of “Spare” over the weekend.

People reported that the royal couple was seen together as they made their way to Crathie Kirk near Balmoral Castle on Sunday.

The magazine shared in the same report, published Monday, that Crathie Kirk is the British Royals’ go-to church when they are in Scotland.