Before King Charles III’s coronation on May 6, Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Harry will be there, but that his wife Meghan Markle will not be there.
The official list of people who will be at King Charles III’s coronation in May is now complete.
Buckingham Palace said that Prince Harry would be there more than three weeks before the wedding on May 6. They said that Meghan Markle, her husband, Harry, and their two kids, Archie Harrison, 3, and Lilibet Diana, 22 months, will stay in California for Archie’s fourth birthday party.
The couple’s representative told E! News on April 12 that the Duke of Sussex will be at the Coronation service at Westminster Abbey on May 6. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will stay in California with Archie and Lilibet.
About a month and a half ago, their spokesperson said that the couple had gotten “email correspondence” from the King’s office about the coronation, which would also crown Camilla as Queen Consort.
On the other hand, a spokeswoman told the Associated Press at the time, “We won’t decide right away whether or not the Duke and Duchess will attend.”
Prince George, the 9-year-old son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, will be one of the eight Pages of Honour who walk the parade inside Westminster Abbey in London. Prince Charles and other royal family members will probably also be there.
Formal tickets were sent to 2,000 guests, so they should all show up.
The offer was sent out by Buckingham Palace on April 4. This piece of art was made to honor Queen Elizabeth II, who will die in September 2022.
Harry and Meghan will take a break from being king and queen in 2020. This year, before his controversial book Spare came out, Harry thought about not going to his father’s crowning.
When asked about the May event in January, he told ITV, “There’s a lot that can happen between now and then.” Still, the door is always open. At this point, they need to do something. I really hope that they will be ready to talk about everything that needs to be talked about.