Hopes that the royal rift might be healing were thrown into doubt once again after it was revealed King Charles III's coronation would take place on Archie's birthday. Do you think Harry and Meghan will attend Charles' 'cut-price' ceremony?
The palace set the date for the King's crowning ceremony as May 6, which certainly gives them enough time to polish the family jewels and get the gold carriage an MOT, but will strangely clash with now three-year-old Archie's fourth birthday. This means Harry and Meghan will be forced to pick, once again, between the family they are building, and the family they are trying to get away from.
While the date was no doubt set for reasons greater than one grandchild's fourth birthday, considering the fact that the couple are no longer working royals, and the King's long-awaited coronation could probably be classified as a work-do, should they not just stay at home and celebrate their eldest son's birthday?
It will be a difficult decision for the Sussexes, ever torn between family and duty, though Prince Harry may attend for Prince William's sake as his older brother enters a new phase as heir to the throne, and will one day be his king as well as his brother.
If you were the Sussexes, what would you do? Go to your father's crowning ceremony, or sit back on the settee with some birthday cake and watch it on telly? Let us know down below.
Or, is this an opportunity for the couple to find a happy medium of royal involvement, and royal detachment, by showing up and supporting King Charles III? Tell us in the comment section.
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