A royal decision has been reached.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle confirmed on Wednesday whether or not they will attend King Charles III’s historic coronation next month after months of playing up their coronation business.
Simply put, the former is in.
And not the latter.
“Buckingham Palace is delighted to confirm that The Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey on 6 May.
An official released this morning said: “The Duchess of Sussex will remain in California with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibeth.”
Both Markle and Harry have previously been invited to the special event, though inquiries have been constant. A question has been raised whether they will accept it. And, in doing so, he draws a lot of attention from the future king.
The couple, of course, stepped down from their royal duties three years ago and have spent most of their time raising Harry’s family from scratch. Elitists, racists and generally awful people.
A spokesman for Harry and Meghan said in a statement last month: “I can confirm that the Duke has received an email from Her Majesty’s Office regarding the coronation.
“We will not make an immediate decision on whether the Duke and Duchess will attend.”
But now it is.
The coronation falls on Prince Archie IV’s birthday, meaning Markle will spend the weekend celebrating with her son and sister, 22-month-old Princess Lilibeth.
The crowning will be an extravagant three-day event.
Although it is Harry, it includes a concert and a charity day at Windsor Castle is not Apart from the coronation, he is expected to attend other travel events.
The palace had no comment or guidance today on whether Prince Harry will join King Charles, Queen Camilla and other members of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Commenting on the coronation in an interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby in January His controversial note SpareHarry said:
“There are many things that can happen from now on. But, you know, the door is always open.
“The ball is in their court.
There’s a lot to discuss, and I hope they’re willing to sit down and talk.
Charles will be formally crowned with Queen Consort Camilla during a service at the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The palace said this summer:
“The coronation ceremony reflects the role of the king today and looks to the future, which is associated with long-standing traditions and performances.”
In addition, the UK spends millions of dollars, which we should expect to be better used to help its citizens in various ways.
We’re just saying.