Prince Harry to Attend King Charles' Coronation, Meghan Markle & Children to Stay in California


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The occasion remains a momentous one, and Prince Harry's attendance will undoubtedly show his support and respect for his father.

The upcoming coronation of King Charles on May 6th, 2023, will be a momentous occasion for the British monarchy. However, it has been confirmed by Buckingham Palace that Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, the children of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, will not be present for the event. The announcement was made on Wednesday, adding that Meghan would stay in California with the children.

The decision not to attend the coronation is understandable, given that Archie's 4th birthday falls on the same day. It is also a significant day for the family as it marks the first coronation of the children's grandfather as the new king. Harry, on the other hand, will attend the ceremony to show his support for his father.

This news comes after the family's last visit to the U.K. in June 2022, during Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The trip allowed Princess Lili to meet her grandfather and great-grandmother, the Queen, for the first time. Meghan and Harry named their daughter Lilibet after the Queen's childhood nickname, showing their admiration and respect for the royal family.

Although the absence of the children may be a disappointment to some, it is essential to respect the family's decision to prioritize their family's needs. The visit in June 2022 demonstrated the importance of family to the Sussexes and the joy that such visits bring. It is a reminder that family ties are essential, and maintaining them should be a priority, even for the royals.

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