Prince Harry Will Be At King Charles’ Coronation Without Meghan Markle And Their Children

April 12, 2023 / Posted by:

FINALLY, we can all close our eyes tonight and drift into a worry-free sleep now that the question that has repeatedly punched us in the brains for eons has been answered. Today, Buckingham Palace burped up the answer to the world’s most important question, “Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle go to King Chuck’s Corny in May?” Well, the tabloids only have to hire half the number of lip readers and body language experts they were planning to hire for King Charles’ Coronation because Prince Harry will be there, but Meghan Markle is skipping it. She will stay in California with their kids to celebrate their son Prince Archie’s 4th birthday, which is on the same day as the Coronation. That Coronation is probably going to turn into the longest game of dodgeball for Harry because he’s going to keep dodging Queen Camilla so that he doesn’t run into her and have to bow down to Queen Side Piece.

King Charles III’s coronation is happening on May 6th at Westminster Abbey. Harry and Meghan were officially invited at the beginning of March, and since then, they have reportedly been in negotiations with the Palace to make an appearance at the Coronation. This was apparently not a quick “we’ll be there and we’ll have the chicken” kind of RSVP. They reportedly wanted their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lillibet, involved in the ceremony and asked for some kind of nod to Archie’s birthday during a reception or something. That wasn’t it. Sources also claimed that Harry and Meghan wanted their entire family to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony with the Royal Family. The Palace may have filed that alleged request under “dream on” since Harry and Meghan are no longer working royals, and only working royals are allowed to stand on the balcony. After all that, it was announced today that Harry will be going solo to his dad’s Coronation. via People:

Buckingham Palace confirmed on Wednesday that the Duke of Sussex will be at the crowning ceremony of the King and Queen Camilla at London’s Westminster Abbey on May 6. “Buckingham Palace is pleased to confirm that The Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey on 6th May. The Duchess of Sussex will remain in California with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet,” they said in the statement.

Prince Harry, 38, wanted to be at the service to support his father at this important moment in his life, a friend tells PEOPLE.

The Coronation is a three-day event, but Harry is expected to only show up for the crowning ceremony and will skip all the other shit. It’s also not known if Harry will get a spot on the Buckingham Palace balcony or not.

Although there are three days of events surrounding the coronation, including a concert at Windsor Castle and a volunteer day, Harry is not expected to attend other outings aside from the crowning ceremony. The palace had no comment or guidance on whether Prince Harry will join King Charles, Queen Camilla and other members of the royal family on the Buckingham Palace balcony following the coronation at this stage.

Something tells me that because of this news, Prince Harry is going to keep his lawyers even busier since I’m sure a future Daily Mail headline will read: DEADBEAT DAD HARRY MISSES HIS SON’S BIRTHDAY TO PARTY THOUSANDS OF MILE AWAY!

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