Meghan and Harry are “expected to attend” the coronation and are “included in the seating and program of the Palace event”
Harry and Meghan are reportedly “expected” to attend King Charles’ coronation.
Sources said the Daily Mail Among the employees of Buckingham Palace are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex plans for the event.
But insiders say the California duo have not officially accepted the king’s email invitation Coronation on May 6.
A source told the newspaper: “Harry and Megan are considered in all planning…
“The cars, the seating arrangements for dinners, everything.
“The staff is certainly working with what they expect.
“This kind of arrangement should be made in advance.”
Another source told the Mail that the “sign” is that the couple will attend, despite the “a lot” of work involved in arranging their visit.
A spokesman for the Sussexes said the couple had received an email invitation from the palace last week, but added that an “immediate decision” on whether they would attend “we will not be divulging at this time”.
Royal commentator Ingrid Seward previously told The Sun that she fully expected Harry to attend despite the recent furore over the explosives Spare and Television revelations
She said: “I’m sure Harry will be there.
“How can he not come to his father’s coronation after writing a whole book about forgiveness? i’m not so sure Megan.”
Royal experts predict coronation will ‘dwarf’ even last year’s spectacular celebrations The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The events will take place on Saturday, May 6, Sunday, May 7 and Monday, May 8, which was declared a coronation day off.
On Saturday morning, the King and Queen Consort will arrive at Westminster Abbey in a Royal Procession, walking half a mile from Buckingham Palace.
The coronation service will be held by St Archbishop of Canterbury and will “reflect the role of the monarch today and look to the future, while building on long-standing traditions and splendour.”
The ceremony should last about 90 minutes – compared to the Queen’s ceremony three-hour Coronation.
Westminster Abbey is expected to hold around 2,000 guests, up from 8,000 in 1953.
After the service, the newly crowned King and Queen Consort will return to the palace in a grand ceremonial parade known as the Coronation Procession.
Thousands of military personnel, military bands and other members of the royal family are expected to attend.
After the procession, the royal family is expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.