As the coronation of King Charles approaches, rumors have surfaced regarding Meghan Markle's potential attendance at the event. Princess Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, has weighed in on the matter, expressing doubt that the Duchess of Sussex will be present at the ceremony.

In an interview, Burrell stated, "I don't think Meghan will be brave enough to come to the coronation. It's going to be a major event in our country's history, and for the royal family, it's very important. But I don't think Meghan will be part of it."

The former butler's comments come after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's decision to step back from royal duties and relocate to the United States. The couple's departure, commonly referred to as "Megxit," has sparked ongoing speculation about their future relationship with the British monarchy.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding Meghan's attendance at the coronation, Burrell expressed his belief that Prince Harry would participate in the event to support his father. "I think Prince Harry will be here for his father's coronation because it's a family event, and it's important to him," Burrell said.

The coronation of King Charles is expected to be a significant occasion for the royal family and the nation. The presence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at the event is anticipated to attract significant attention from the media and the public alike.

As the date of the coronation approaches, the world will be watching to see if Meghan Markle decides to attend the historic event, marking a significant moment for both the British monarchy and her relationship with the royal family.