King Charles III inviting Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to his coronation

King Charles III takes the high road.

The newly crowned monarch, 74, will extend an olive branch to his youngest son, Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan Markle, inviting them to his coronation on May 6, 2023, the Daily Mail reported on Friday. .

Although invitations to the highly anticipated event have yet to be sent out, a source told the outlet that Charles has told the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that they are welcome to attend the historic event at London’s Westminster Abbey.

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“Harry is his son and Her Majesty will always love him,” the insider said.

“While things are difficult right now, the door will always remain closed.”

King Charles III smiles next to Prince Harry.
An insider told the Daily Mail that “the door will always be open” for the King’s youngest son.
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Another source said they thought it was “unlikely” that the invitation would be rescinded, even with the upcoming release of Harry’s memoir, “Spear.”

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The coronation date is set to take place on Harry and Markle’s son Archie’s fourth birthday.

However, experts previously said that the date was not dug up in Sussex.

“The date was chosen because it is before the State Opening of Parliament and Charles will want to appear as king with his crown and all the ceremony,” said Tom Bower, author of “Revenge: Between Meghan, Harry and War.” Wenders,” told Us in October.

King Charles II Meghan Markle walks down the aisle to Prince Harry.

Charles walked Markle down the aisle on her wedding day with Harry.

Meghan Markle, King Charles III, Prince Harry, Catherine and Princess Charlotte stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Charles walked Markle down the aisle on her wedding day with Harry.


Although Charles appears to want to steer clear of the drama, the monarch has been asked to strip the Sussexes of their titles, which were gifted to the couple by the late Queen Elizabeth II on their wedding day in 2018.

After the release of Harry and Markle’s Netflix documentary, “Harry and Meghan,” Piers Morgan urged the monarch to take action.

He tweeted on Monday: “King Charles must remove these two poisonous rats from all remaining titles and ties to the Royal Family and needs to do so quickly before they destroy the monarchy.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hold hands as they walk.
Harry and Markle spoke about their differences with the royal family in their new documentary, “Harry and Meghan.”
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However, a royal expert explained to Page Six why the move would be highly unlikely.

“Taking away their title is not something the king would consider … mostly because it would be too petty and punitive,” the expert told us.

“This will only lead to the Sussexes claiming this was an act of revenge and proof that they were never wanted in the royal family.”

In the documentary, Harry, 38, and Markle, 41, shared how unhappy they are being part of the royal family.

King Charles III, Queen Camilla, Prince William, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle watch the coffin of the late Queen Elizabeth II in state.

Insiders have previously said that Charles will not take Harry and Markle’s titles.

King Charles II and Prince Harry attend an event.

Insiders have previously said that Charles will not take Harry and Markle’s titles.


In one episode, the father-of-two revealed how his father and brother Prince William laughed at him when he told them he wanted to step away from royal duties and move to North America with his wife and son Archie.

“It was terrifying to have my brother yelling and screaming at me, and my father saying things that simply weren’t true, and my grandfather sitting there quietly taking it all in,” he said.

Additionally, Harry revealed that after his mother, Princess Diana, died in 1997, he felt estranged from King Charles III and was instead raised by his “second family” in Africa. done

All six episodes of “Harry and Meghan” are now available to stream on Netflix.


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