The inauguration of King Charles III is scheduled for May 6. Even though there is a lot of information about the event itself, royal fans still have one lingering query. Prince Harry, the son of His Majesty, will he be there?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who live in Montecito with their two children, Archie Harrison and Lilibet Diana, were invited, it was revealed last Sunday.
Because of their ongoing tense relationship, there was initial doubt about whether the monarch would invite his son and daughter-in-law.
“I can confirm The Duke has recently received email correspondence from His Majesty’s office regarding the coronation,” a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said.
We won’t immediately announce whether or not The Duke and Duchess will attend, the statement continued.
It will be interesting to see where Prince Harry and Meghan choose to stay if they decide to accept their invitation. The couple made headlines earlier this month after receiving a formal request to leave their UK residence, Frogmore Cottage.
It was converted into a single five-bedroom house before the couple moved into their marital home. The Sovereign Grant reportedly spent £2.4 million renovating the entire Windsor residence in 2019, which they later repaid.
It is located close to Grade-II listed Frogmore House, where the royal couple held their wedding reception in May 2018, and in front of an amazing lake.
The presence of Meghan and Harry has not yet been confirmed, but we can anticipate seeing prominent European royals like the Prince and Princess of Wales, the prime minister, and members of the Houses of Parliament.
In addition, Roya Nikkhah, the royal editor of The Sunday Times, has claimed that Prince George will play a prominent role on his grandfather’s special day. Camilla’s own grandchildren have been confirmed to play a role, with the Sunday Times reporting that they will hold a canopy over the Queen Consort as she is anointed with holy oil.