Meghan Markle ‘will do something to distract’ from King Charles’s Coronation
Meghan Markle “couldn’t stomach the thought of getting booed” at King Charles’s Coronation, a fierce American critic of the Duchess has said.
Megyn Kelly savaged Meghan Markle, claiming she would be booed at the event. She said now Prince Harry would now face angry crowds instead.
“I really think Ms Duchess couldn’t stomach the thought of getting booed. She couldn’t stand the thought of returning to England and having everyone doing what I will be doing at home which is: Boo! Boo! Boo!” Ms Kelly joked on Sky News Australia.
She continued: “He’s going to get booed. Mark my words, Harry’s getting booed. 100 percent. But he is at least the son, he kind of has to do it.”
She then commented on Prince Archie’s birthday, which is the same day as the Coronation. Many pundits claimed Meghan might stay home to be with her son.
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Ms Kelly said: “She was like: ‘It’s little Archie’s birthday, I’ve got my excuse. There’s going to be a buzz about me but I don’t have to face the boos’.
“But I’ve got news for her, we’re booing loudly from our couches whether she can hear us or not and that’s what she should be really worried about.”
There has been intense speculation over the last two months about whether Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would attend King Charles III’s Coronation.
But now it has been confirmed by Buckingham Palace that Prince Harry will attend his father’s crowning while Meghan Markle stays home with their two children.
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It has been reported that Prince Harry will only remain in the country for a short period of time surrounding the ceremony before heading back across the pond.
Prince Archie’s fourth birthday falls on May 6, the same day as the Coronation leading some to believe this is, in part, why Meghan decided to stay home.
Around 2,000 guests have been invited to the once-in-a-generation event including both foreign and domestic royals, world leaders and heads of state from around the globe.
Although Charles became monarch upon the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II the Coronation marks the changes to his titles and his position as head of the Church of England.
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