King Charles III coronation details revealed by Palace
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s children, Princess Lilibet Diana and Prince Archie Harrison, could still be given a role in the upcoming Coronation of King Charles. However, this depends on whether Meghan and Prince Harry will accept the invite to the event, it has been claimed.
Officials are waiting to hear from the couple whether they will make the trip across the Atlantic in May to be at Westminster Abbey and if they will take with them the two toddlers before discussing which possible role the one-year-old and three-year-old may play, a royal source told the Mail on Sunday.
If Meghan and Harry do come to attend the Coronation, officials will reportedly start discussing ways to include Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet in the historic event, they claimed.
This comes after leaked plans regarding the second carriage procession set to take place on May 6 showed Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will play a prominent role in the event.
The leaked rehearsal plans, seen by The Times, showed the three children of the Prince and Princess of Wales would join their parents in a carriage after the end of the service at the London abbey.
The procession will see King Charles and Queen Camilla paving the way aboard the Golden State Coach, followed by the carriage transporting the Wales family.
The plans suggested only working members of the Firm will take part in this procession, and made no mention of either Prince Andrew – who stepped back from public duties in November 2019 – or the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
This procession will take the royals from Westminster to Buckingham Palace, where they will make a traditional appearance from the residence’s balcony.
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