Meghan 'to snub King Charles's coronation' leaving Harry to 'face music' alone

Prince Harry is set to face the music on his own at King Charles’ Coronation, a royal insider has claimed.

As the ceremony in May approaches, speculation whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend has intensified.

Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, has now said ‘the ball is well and truly in Harry and Meghan’s court’ after Buckingham Palace revealed they were invited to the big event.

The California-based pair are yet to confirm their attendance, and their office has said the public will not be made aware for some time, the Mirror reported.

But Mr Burrell stressed it will be ‘incredibly uncomfortable’ for the two to reunite with the Royal Family amid the ongoing rift over claims in Harry’s memoir, Spare.

ITV’s I’m a Celebrity star added: ‘It’s likely to be incredibly uncomfortable for them if they attend, particularly Meghan. Are they prepared to face the music?

‘I don’t think Meghan’s brave or strong enough to be there – she’d have to look in the eyes of a family she’s pushed under the bus.

‘But I think Harry may come alone and she’s probably told him she won’t be able to be by his side with him if he does attend.’

Mr Burrell also said it will be difficult for Harry to see the Queen Consort at the Coronation as she will be ‘where his mother could have been’.

Returning to the issue of the couple quitting their royal duties, he said that they should remain in the US after ‘turning their back on the Royal Family’.

His comments come just days after it was revealed the Palace is already making plans for their potential arrival.

Staff are factoring the Sussexes into the logistics including cars, seating plans and dining. 

If they do attend the Coronation it is unlikely their children Archie and Lilibet will be there, as officials believe they are too young. has contacted the Sussexes for a comment.

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