King Charles III will reportedly take a "dignified approach" to the big question surrounding his upcoming coronation. As many want to know if he will invite Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Prince Andrew despite the controversies and scandals they have brought in the royal family, His Majesty may "take the moral high ground" when he makes a decision.

Aside from the invite, there are also questions if King Charles will let Prince Harry, Meghan, and Prince Andrew be part of the historic balcony appearance after his coronation. Hence, many look forward to seeing what will happen on the coronation day on May 7.

The Sussexes have made several allegations against the royal family in their hit Netflix docuseries "Harry and Meghan" and the Duke of Sussex's memoir, "Spare." The Duke of York, alternatively, has stepped back from his royal duties after being accused of sexual abuse, which he has vehemently denied.

Daily Express royal correspondent Richard Palmer believes the three will still get an invite to the coronation, but there's a catch: they may not appear on the balcony. On's "Royal Round-Up," he told Pandora Forsyth that his guess is the monarch will "take the moral high ground" whatever the state of his relationships is with his youngest son, daughter-in-law, and younger brother.

Hence, he may invite them all to the coronation. Palmer is convinced that King Charles may follow in his mother, Queen Elizabeth II's footsteps when it comes to choosing who will join the senior members of the royal family in Buckingham Palace after the coronation.

Her Majesty designated the spots for the royal family members actively working. Hence, Prince Harry, Meghan, and Prince Andrew weren't on the balcony during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The queen broke the order of precedence in the seating arrangements at St. Paul's Cathedral, prioritizing the working royals more. The actively working senior royals took the front-row seats, and Prince Harry and Meghan, who didn't have official duties, were seated behind.

"I don't believe that there will be a place for the Sussexes or the Duke of York on the balcony," Palmer said.

Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace dropped new details about King Charles' much-awaited coronation, though it didn't give an official guest list yet. Hence, it remains to be seen if Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Prince Andrew will be invited.

Forsyth explained that people would question why the three weren't on the balcony at the event. At the same time, they would also ask why there were there if they made an appearance.