Prince Harry and Meghan Markle haven't confirmed their attendance at King Charles III's coronation on May 6 at Westminster Abbey. However, they're now great expectations that the two will come together, as the Duke of Sussex may find it hard to cope without her wife.
Royal expert Ingrid Seward claimed Prince Harry might not be "able to cope" without Meghan by her side when he graced King Charles' coronation. As the historical event may mirror the late Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee last year, the Sussexes may again make a low-key appearance and not interact with other royal members.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's rep confirmed that the couple had received an invite to attend the coronation from the palace. However, there are no words yet if they will be there.
The Majesty magazine editor seemingly confirmed to OK!, via Express, that the pair would be at the event with each other, and it would be like the Platinum Jubilees, where they appeared and disappeared. She continued that it would only make sense if they weren't seated near Prince William and Kate Middleton to avoid having "proper eye contact with them."
So, what would be their interaction with the royal family? Seward believed the royal family would be charming toward Prince Harry and Meghan.
Though they might be nice, they, too, would be cold. She continued that there would be no intimacy between them, but they would surely put on a "good act."
However, The Telegraph claimed the Sussex kids, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, weren't invited to their grandfather's crowning. Though the Sussexes were already asked, the invitation didn't mention the children's names-only that of their parents.
Prince Harry and Meghan had no idea if their kids were "included in the plans." Allegedly, including their children at the event would be discussed if and when they confirmed their attendance.
There's a possibility that Prince Harry will come alone, accompanied by Meghan, or will both not attend. But as the planning is already underway, the organizers are reportedly working on the possibility that they will come.
The publication claimed it's much easier to "make provision" for guests who won't show up at the occasion rather than make them part of the program when they suddenly arrive. When asked if Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet are included, a source said they're still "very young." But on the contrary, Prince William and Kate's kids are said to attend, though it may only be Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as Prince Louis is also deemed too young.