Prince Harry will travel without Meghan Markle to the coronation ceremony of King Charles III. Next May 6th, the Duke of Sussex will accompany his father on a historic and special day. According to Daily Mail, the Duke of Sussex will travel to the United Kingdom to be part of his father’s coronation, but without Meghan Markle, according to sources.
Apparently the reason why the wife of Prince Harry is not accompanying him is because she has preferred to stay in California to celebrate the birthday of her son Archie, who also has a birthday on May 6th, the same day of the ceremony.
In recent days it was confirmed that Harry and Meghan would be invited to the ceremony, but it is still unknown if they will accept after the controversy generated not only with the release of his documentary on Netflix, but with the release of “Spare”, the famous book of the Duke of Sussex in which he exposes the null relationship he has with his brother William and his father, King Charles III.
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The coronation of King Charles III will take place next May 6th at Westminster Abbey. A list of 2,000 guests is estimated, 6,000 less than at the coronation of the late Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Preparations for this historic day continue in spite of a series of inconveniences derived from the short time available for its planning.