Prince Harry attends King Charles’ coronation without Meghan

Buckingham Palace announced Wednesday that Prince Harry will attend the coronation of King Charles III without his wife, Megan.

“Buckingham Palace is delighted to confirm that The Duke of Sussex will attend the coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey on May 6th,” the palace said in a statement. The Duchess of Sussex will stay in California with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

Until now, it was not clear if King Charles’ youngest son or his family would attend the ceremony, which will take place in London’s Westminster Abbey on May 6. Refuse to disclose At that time whether they will participate or not.

CBS news partner BBC News reports that Prince Harry has not been seen with his father or brother since the publication of his “Spear” memoir, which outlines longstanding tensions within the royal family.

In March, Harry and Meghan confirmed that they had been asked to “vacate” their home in the UK, Frogmore CottageIt was given to them by the late Queen Elizabeth II and is located in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Since Prince Harry is no longer a “working royal,” it’s not clear what role he might play in the coronation ceremony.

During Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Harry and Meghan did not appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace alongside senior members of the family, and similar ceremonial appearances are expected during the coronation.

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