“King Charles still invites Harry and Meghan to coronation” despite the hype over the Netflix documentary

Prince Harry and Meghan accompanied by King Charles and Queen Camilla © Reuters

Britain’s King Charles will still invite his son Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, to his coronation, despite the uproar over the couple’s Netflix documentary, which is highly critical of the royal family. At least that’s what the British tabloids think Daily Mail Namely, based on “several well placed sources”.

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Charles had promised to invite Harry and Meghan when the time came: official invitations to the coronation (in May) have yet to be sent. “Olive branch,” he calls daily Mail The. “The king has very kindly told his son and daughter-in-law that they will be welcome at this historic event,” the newspaper wrote.

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Charles was also not going to deviate from his intention after the broadcast of a Netflix documentary about Harry and Meghan, which is highly critical of the royal family. A call has grown in the UK for the couple to withdraw all of their royal titles, but the royal family will, according to a daily Mail “Wishing to maintain the dignity of silence” and unwillingness to engage in the “yes-no” game.

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According to sources, Charles did not want to be distracted by the “family drama” in the run-up to his coronation. “Harry is his son and His Majesty will always love him,” a source said. “Things may be a little difficult right now, but the door will always be open.”

Not at Christmas

Charles and his wife Camilla also want to organize “the biggest family party in the past five years” at Sandringham Palace at Christmas, but Harry and Meghan will not be invited to it, according to the newspaper, even if, for example, children Prince Andrew – closer to the king than His son – he will be present.

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