Harry and Meghan ‘will be welcome’ at Charles’ coronation, report says | UK news | Daily News Byte

Harry and Meghan ‘will be welcome’ at Charles’ coronation, report says |  UK news

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will still be invited to the King’s coronation, according to a report, despite controversial claims they recently made the equation on the Royal Family in a Netflix documentary series.

Harry and Meghan will be allowed to attend the historic ceremony on May 6 if they wish, the Daily Telegraph reported, although they have not yet received an invitation.

The guest list for the Westminster Abbey event will be drawn up in the coming months, but a source told the newspaper: “All members of the family will be welcome.”

There was no comment from Buckingham Palace, but a source said of the monarch: “He loves both his sons”.

Coronation Day is also Harry and Meghan’s son Archie’s fourth birthday, however, meaning they may choose to celebrate this instead.

On Thursday, the final episodes of the couple’s documentary were released, bringing new allegations against the royal family.

Harry said the Prince of Wales had intimidated him by shouting and shouting at him during the Sandringham summit, prompting a meeting of royals in early 2020 to discuss the couple’s choice to step back from their royal roles.

Harry also said Kensington Palace “lied to protect my brother” when he released a statement denying the story that William had kicked him out of the Royal Family.

Both Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have remained silent on the claims made in the documentary series, but the Daily Express reports that the monarch is saddened but still hopes for peace with her youngest son.

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On the day the final episodes aired, William, Charles, the Queen Consort, Princess Charlotte, Prince George and other royals joined the Princess of Wales at her Christmas carol concert in London.

Public relations and crisis consultant Mark Borkowski said the documentary was aimed at a US audience, not a UK one.

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He said: “This is not messaging for the UK, they’ve clearly left that out, this is purely messaging for America who understands the lifestyle.

“It’s a war, a visceral emotional war that they’re fighting in America and they’re painting the royal family in a way that fits dangerously with the Crown’s narrative.”


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