Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have yet to confirm their attendance at King Charles' coronation. Nonetheless, a royal expert believes they will be present, and the former actress might seize the opportunity for a tiara moment.

Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Attendance at King Charles' Coronation Although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have received an official invitation to the coronation, they have not yet confirmed their attendance. However, royal correspondent and commentator Kinsey Schofield is confident that the couple will not miss the event. The To Di For Daily podcast host also speculated that the pair, now living in California, are eager to make an appearance on King Charles' special day.

Schofield told GB News (via Express), "I think that they are both going to come because Meghan wants that tiara moment." She added, "It has been a long time since she got to wear something sparkly, and they need to remind the world that they are associated with the Royal Family. Because as you know, that is their businesses, that has become their sole brand."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have faced accusations of capitalizing on their royal connections. Their Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan and Prince Harry's memoir Spare have been critical of the monarchy and the British royals.

Debate Over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Attendance at King Charles' Coronation Opinions are divided on whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will attend King Charles' coronation. Schofield and royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams shared their views on the matter with TIME magazine.

Schofield believes that their attendance would send a message of unity amid ongoing family drama, creating a "win-win" scenario. She explained, "The King doesn't have the stain of an absent child in the history books, and Harry maintains that royal connection that has proven to be so lucrative for him in the states."

Fitzwilliams emphasized the importance of the event, stating, "The scale of interest in the coronation worldwide is such that they simply could not possibly overshadow such a huge event which has so much significance for Britain and the Commonwealth."

However, both experts also think that the Sussexes will not receive prominent positioning during the coronation, particularly after their actions against the royals. Schofield predicts they will be "iced out." She shared her expectations: "We will likely not see them engaging with the most prominent senior royals, especially the individuals that took hits in Spare. They would sit a few rows back, be spotted in the windows of the palace during the processions, and likely not be invited to all of the celebratory events."

Fitzwilliams echoed this sentiment, noting that any conversation between the royals and the Sussexes would likely be limited to small talk due to a lack of trust. He added, "No one in the royal family will trust them and say anything substantial to them for fear of it being leaked."

The question remains: should Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend King Charles' coronation, despite the anticipated cold reception from the royals? As the debate continues, it is clear that their decision will carry significant implications for their relationship with the Royal Family and their public image.