The Duke of Sussex will attend the ceremony on May 6, while his wife will stay in California with their children.
Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have delayed accepting an invitation to attend King Charles’ coronation because they were “busy” trying to figure out where to sit during the event, according to a new report. “Freedom”.
The report confirms that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were particularly interested in who would sit in front of and behind them in the seating arrangement at Westminster Abbey on May 6.
A source says, “Harry was curious to know what the seating plan was during the ceremony.” He continued to say that if Harry and Meghan attended there was a lot of hesitation about who would sit in front… and who would sit behind them.
Prince Harry will attend the coronation of his father Charles III and his wife Queen Camilla – but Meghan Markle will stay in California with their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.
The decision comes after months of speculation about whether the couple will attend the ceremony.
According to multiple TV interviews in January, the Duke of Sussex is apologizing to his family.
But despite her insistence on wanting to reconcile with her father and her brother Prince William, there has been no meaningful reunion with either, as many of the family’s private secrets are revealed in her memoirs, Sphere.
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