Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to be seated “prominently’ at King Charles’ May 6 Coronation says friends of the monarch, but they still have not confirmed they will attend
Jacob Rees-Mogg praises King Charles
While Harry and Meghan confirmed they were invited to the May 6 royal event, they have not yet confirmed they will attend.
“Nothing that happens between now and then will make any difference to the seating plan,” a friend of the king said after Harry’s latest claims in court.
“Charles has always said that he loves both his sons. He wants them both there.
“Harry and Meghan are invited and will be seated prominently.”
Harry and Meghan will be seated ‘prominently’ at King Charles’ coronation
A friend of the King said Charles will “do the right thing” and seat the Sussex’s up front
If Meghan and Harry do show up at Westminster Abbey, the Daily Beast reported that most observers believe that the seating layout will favour William.
Another friend told the outlet that Harry and Meghan being seated “prominently” won’t be for PR.
“Charles has a strong sense of tradition, and tradition dictates that Harry ought to be in the front row,” they said.
“I am sure he will do the right thing. Despite everything that has happened, he is his son.”
‘Charles has always said that he loves both his sons. He wants them both there’ one said
It comes as a Vanity Fair writer claimed Meghan lives in a “warped reality” and is “not on the level”.
Speaking on Andrew Gold’s podcasts On the Edge, Vanessa Grigoriadis claimed a writer colleague who spent a day with Meghan said of the Duchess: “This person just is not on the level.”
She also described Meghan as a “striver” who wanted to be a “household name” and rise above her family’s “shaggy-dog-tale” life.
It also comes as PR expert and Go Up’s Chief Executive Edward Coram-James claimed Meghan and Harry not appearing at the Coronation would be a “fatal, irreversible blow”.
He told Express.co.uk: “In a universe in which the damage already caused by the rift is still recoverable from, at least in part, a no show would be the fatal, irreversible blow, both in the Public perception as well, potentially, as within the family itself.
“It risks drawing out the conflict over the long term. On the other end of the spectrum, the Sussexes not attending would draw as much, if not more, media attention.
“It would give further oxygen to the rift and allegations that the Sussexes have levelled at the Royal Family.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK