Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke, and Duchess of Sussex, have reportedly been excluded from King Charles’ upcoming Scottish coronation, marking another instance of their perceived alienation from royal functions. The coronation is set for July 5, following King Charles’ British coronation on May 6.
This alleged exclusion intensifies speculations about their relationship with the royal family, with Prince William and Kate Middleton confirmed to attend.
The First Minister of Scotland expressed enthusiasm for the upcoming events, stating, “Scotland will welcome the new King and Queen in July with a series of events to mark the Coronation. A People’s Procession, a Royal Procession, a National Service of Thanksgiving, and a Gun Salute will take place in Edinburgh.” The absence of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from these celebrations raises further questions about their standing within the monarchy.
Previously, Prince Harry attended the official British coronation without Meghan and their children, adding to the growing list of instances where the Sussexes have been overlooked.
The absence of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from these celebrations raises further questions about their standing within the monarchy. This latest news shocks royal watchers and fans, increasing intrigue about the couple’s future in the monarchy and their relationship with the royal family. As the couple navigates their lives outside royal constraints, their reaction to this snub is eagerly anticipated, with the repercussions of this unfolding story yet to be revealed.