Prince Harry’s children ‘could get Coronation roles’ if attendance is confirmed

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children could have roles in the upcoming coronation of King Charles, a royal source has suggested.

Since Harry and Meghan left royal life in 2020, they have launched numerous attacks against the family and with Charles' big day coming up, the situation is believed to be fraught.

Following their bombshell-packed Netflix show, Harry & Meghan, and the Duke of Sussex's memoir, Spare, fans have been wondering whether they'll jet back to the UK for the Coronation.

On Saturday, it was revealed that Prince William and Kate Middleton’s kids, George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four, would be involved in the event’s proceedings.

And now, a royal source has reportedly told MailOnline that the same could be offered to their US-based cousins – if Harry and Meghan confirm whether they're going to attend.

OK! has approached Buckingham Palace for comment.

Earlier this month, a Sussex spokesperson told the Times that Prince Harry has received an official invitation to his father's Coronation.

“I can confirm The Duke has recently received email correspondence from His Majesty's office regarding the coronation,” they said.

"An immediate decision on whether The Duke and Duchess will attend will not be disclosed by us at this time."

The Coronation clashes with another big day for Harry's young family – Archie's fourth birthday.

With the event drawing closer, a Royal expert has claimed the Sussexes could use the drama around their Frogmore House eviction as a reason to skip it.

Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond told the Mirror: "They may use that as another excuse since they've already got son Archie's 4th birthday celebrations as a 'get-out'.

"It's incredibly awkward – the choreography, where they sit, what role they have, watching Camilla's family and fraught with tension and awkwardness, and Harry might just feel he doesn't want to be there."

"But I'm still hopeful, for Charles' sake, that he will go,” she added.

Meanwhile, a source told OK! that Harry and Meghan are keen to attend the Coronation because they wouldn’t want their kids to miss out.

Addressing why they are yet to confirm they'll be there, they said of the post-ceremony balcony appearance: "This could prove a real sticking point because the Palace have narrowed it down to only working members of the royal family on the balcony.

“Harry and Meghan are keen that they too should be a part of that special family moment."

“There is still an ongoing legal case between the Sussexes and the Home Office over their security. The couple wants more security while they are in the UK and this needs to be ironed out before they attend the coronation,” the source added.


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