Royal family ‘fully expecting’ Harry and Meghan to attend King Charles’ coronation

The Royal Family are ‘fully expecting’ Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to attend King Charles’ coronation in May.

Members of the Royal Family have apparently been ‘spitting feathers’ over allegations made by Harry in his autobiography ‘Spare’ and details in public interviews.

However, the family is now getting ready for a visit from their relatives over the pond as the Sussexes are expecting to fly over for the coronation of King Charles III.

A source told the Daily Mail: “Members of the family have told me that both Harry and Meghan will definitely come. They fully expect that.

“And they should realise that there is only one subject that members of the Royal Family will be willing to discuss…and that’s the weather.”

The coronation is set to take place on May 6, the same day as Harry and Meghan’s son Archie’s birthday.

Palace sources have made it clear that the couple will be invited to attend the coronation.

Invites are due to be sent out shortly, and at that point it will be up to Harry and Meghan to decide whether they will be coming.

If they do decide to come it’s understood that they’ll only be classed as spectators and not form any part of the official ceremony.

It will be similar rules to The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee televised event when the balcony appearance was restricted to only working members of the Royal Family and not Harry or Meghan.

The King’s Coronation is going to be slightly different to royal events we’ve seen in the past.

It’s been suggested that the three-day weekend in May could be scaled back to reflect the crippling cost of living crisis.

The ceremony, due to take place at London’s Westminster Abbey, is going to be cut down by two hours with guest numbers reduced from 8,000 to 2,000.

This will be unlike the Queen’s coronation in 1953 when there were 8,000 guests watching on and TV cameras for the first time in Royal history.

Because of the trimmed down seating numbers, Members of Parliament and the House of Lords will be entering a ballot to see who can attend.

OK! has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment


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