It is becoming more and more certain that Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and their small children will attend King Charles III’s coronation.
In light of the shocking allegations from Spare and the Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan, the Royal Family is getting ready for the entrance of Prince Harry and Markle at the ceremony on May 6.
King Charles has established some rigorous guidelines that they must follow in order to avoid the sad family reunion.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will have little to no interaction with the other royals they have disparaged, according to a royal source who spoke to the Daily Mail. According to the insider, Prince Harry, and Markle would not be permitted to discuss the circus they have produced.
They shouldn’t ask for an apology since they won’t get one. The outlaw duo is only allowed to talk about the springtime climate in England.
The insider said: “Family members have confirmed to me that both Harry and Meghan will attend. The expectation is there. And they should be aware that many members of the Royal Family will only be willing to talk about one topic: the weather.
The informant claims that Camilla, Queen Consort, King Charles, and Prince William are anxious about having the pair attend the official occasion.
According to the insider, Harry and Meghan will both want to spend time with their baby on his birthday, based on what I know about them.
Everyone is on edge after Harry divulged information from personal talks. When you inquire about the Sussexes, everyone changes the subject immediately. Although they are spitting feathers, they are unwilling to add any fuel to the fire.
Prince Harry and Markle won’t be able to have Netflix cameras follow them while they’re there, it has been announced. To prevent any awkwardness, Prince Harry and Markle will be sitting far from Prince William and Kate Middleton.
There are precautions in place to prevent Prince Harry and Markle from bowing to the King and Queen.
Leading members of the Royal Family will not join Markle, Prince Harry, and their kids Archie and Lilibet on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on the big day.
Due to the Sussexes’ resignation from their royal responsibilities in 2020, they will not be playing an official part at the coronation.