Buckingham Palace has invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to the Coronation of King Charles but has reportedly excluded Prince Archie Harrison and Princess Lilibet Diana from its plans.
King Charles III coronation details revealed by Palace
King Charles’s Coronation will take place on May 6
“Reports have suggested that the selection of guests who will fill the Abbey’s pews will be a representative cross-section of a multicultural 21st century Britain. Leaving Archie and Lili out of the whole three-day event makes something of a mockery of all that enthusiastic drum-banging about just how smashing this inclusiveness business is. How can the King bring a politically, culturally and socially fractured Britain together if he doesn’t even have it in him to bring all of his grandchildren together?” The commentator added that Lilibet and Archie are “completely innocent” when it comes to the feud between the Firm and their parents. In her piece for News.com.au, the commentator also wrote that, while it is true that it’s not even yet known whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the Coronation, showing their children are welcomed during the celebrations “would tip the scales”. She added: “By leaving them both out of coronation plans, His Majesty is all but ensuring that the current rift between London and Montecito will only become more deeply entrenched – and that it will last for generations.”
Buckingham Palace fears over Paris riots just days before Charles and Camilla due to visit
Buckingham Palace is “monitoring” the explosive political situation in France ahead of King Charles III and Camilla Queen Consort’s first scheduled state visit to the country later this week.
Emmanuel Macron’s Government today narrowly survived no-confidence motion in parliament over an unpopular pension reform that will see the retirement age rise from 62 to 64.
But the reform has sparked widespread violent protests throughout the country, with riot police clashing with hundreds of protesters.
King Charles and the Queen Consort are scheduled to visit Paris
Source: EXPRESS CO UK