Some well-known personalities won’t be there as the King Charles III Coronation ceremony in Britain approaches.
Prince Harry will attend the funeral, but his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, won’t be by his side, Buckingham Palace confirmed on Wednesday.
According to the Palace, Meghan will stay in California together with the couple’s two children, Princess Lilibet and Prince Archie, all of whom are 3 years old.
The coronation will take place on May 6 at Westminster Abbey and will be the first in the social media age. The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II was the first to be broadcast on television.
On May 6, Prince Archie will be four, and Meghan is reportedly staying at home to honour the occasion.
If you’ve followed the royal family in any way, you’ll understand why this may be significant.
In his recently published best-selling memoir “Spare,” the Duke of Sussex expresses various experiences that are critical of his family.
Harry accused the entire family of being racially prejudiced against his wife, among other things, and revealed details of private discussions between his father and brother.
Before to the biography, the couple faced backlash following a six-part Netflix documentary about their choice to abandon their royal responsibilities and relocate to North America in 2020, claiming racial inequalities from the palace and the British media.
According to Buckingham Palace, more over 2,000 people have been invited to the coronation.
Harry may or may not join the King and Camilla on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the service, according to the Palace.