While Prince Harry will attend the coronation of Charles III on 6 May, Meghan Markle will not be present on this historic day. An absence that could allow the Duke of Sussex and the King to have a conversation and ease some tensions, as a royal expert revealed to The Telegraph.
After months of uncertainty, the answer is in. Prince Harry will attend the coronation of his father King Charles III at Westminster Abbey on 6 May, a statement from Buckingham Palace revealed. However, his wife Meghan Markle will not be making the trip to attend the historic event. An absence that could be beneficial for the Duke of Sussex and the 74-year-old monarch. Indeed, in the columns of the Telegraph, Robert Jobson assured that this situation could allow the father and son to reconnect. “The fact that Meghan is not there will probably be more advantageous, at least they will be able to talk more freely,” the royal expert told the British tabloid.
It must be said that between the Megxit and Prince Harry‘s shocking revelations in his memoirs, relations have continued to deteriorate between the two men. However, Charles III and his younger son are now on the road to reconciliation, as a friend of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed to The Telegraph. Charles III and Harry reportedly had a “heart-to-heart talk” about their relationship recently. Following this “positive” exchange, Prince William’s younger brother is said to have accepted his father’s invitation. Is the hatchet about to be buried?
Meghan Markle absent from the coronation: this excuse that does not pass
To everyone’s surprise, Meghan Markle decided not to travel to London to attend the biggest day in the life of her father-in-law, King Charles III. The former Suits: Lawyers for hire actress chose to stay in Montecito to celebrate her son Archie’s fourth birthday on 6 May. However, this excuse is perplexing. And for good reason, Meghan Markle has already celebrated one of her children’s birthdays at a major royal event.
Let’s take a look back. On 4 June, Lilibet Diana, the youngest of the Sussexes, blew out her first candle. A highly symbolic birthday that Harry and Meghan celebrated in London at the same time as Queen Elizabeth II’s jubilee. For this occasion, the couple organised a small party at Frogmore Cottage, in what was the couple’s London residence, to mark the occasion. So there is no reason why Meghan Markle should not come to London with the children and use the trip to celebrate little Archie’s birthday with the family this time too.
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