After almost seventy years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, England has found a new king in the person of Charles III. And on May 6, his long-awaited coronation ceremony will take place. The coronation ceremony of King Charles is, for obvious reasons, an event of national importance. But during this key royal ceremony, viewers will also pay attention not to the crown, but to the presence (or absence) of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who have left their royal duties, are not unknown to anyone. And not the arrows they shot at the royal family. This was also facilitated by the publication of Prince Harry’s memoirs. Given the circumstances, King Charles found himself in a quandary over whether to invite the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to his coronation.
Will King Charles invite Meghan Markle and Prince Harry?
“They were willing to lie to protect other family members. I know I won’t get what I need from my family,” and “You know what you did, and now I know why you did it. And you got caught, so just admit it” — among other daggers that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have thrown at the royal family since they retired. The royal family kept painstaking silence on all these claims.
While the audience perceived it as the royal family’s affair with the class, their silence about Jeremy Clarkson’s humiliating column about Meghan Markle was unpleasant and considered “shameful” by many.
It culminated in Prince Harry’s memoirs, and the Harry and Meghan documentary was all the weight the already thin bridge between the royal family and Sussex could bear. This obviously led King Charles to the mystery of whether to invite Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to his coronation.
He thinks that by banning the Sussexes from the balcony, attention will focus on him. But it won't. He and Camilla are unappealing, old, and anachronisms. It will be the worst attended Coronation ever. That's what the Firm never understood: the Sussexes made the BRF relevant.
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The two main reasons for his confusion, according to journalist Daniel Elser, as reported by Express, are, firstly, the paparazzi’s love for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Secondly, the growth of their negative popularity after the release of Prince Harry’s memoirs and the public demand for an apology from the royal family.
Absolutely not! The coronation is about King Charles & any balcony appearances should only be for the people who support him in his new role. His silence shows all the compassion Harold could reasonably ask for – anything else is unreasonable to expect
— Princess Overseas…but in a nice way!!🇬🇧🇺🇦🏴☠️ (@RealBrit20) January 23, 2023
There have been no official announcements about their participation yet. If they are indeed invited, it will be the first return of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle since the “exposure” of the royal family.
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