Prince Harry will attend father’s coronation. Meghan won’t

Prince Harry will attend the coronation of his father King Charles III next month, Buckingham Palace said on Wednesday, ending long-running speculation about his welcome following allegations of racism and media manipulation against the royal family.

But the palace said Harry’s wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, would remain in California with the couple’s two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. The coronation at Westminster Abbey on May 6 coincided with their son’s birthday.

Harry attended the meeting despite a rift within Windsor Palace amid Harry’s decision to reveal family secrets in his bestseller ‘The Spare’.

The disclosures included details of private conversations he had with his father and older brother, Prince William. The revelations heightened tensions between Harry and his family, which became public when he and his wife moved to North America in 2020.

Harry and Meghan, who are of mixed race, claim she has faced racist attitudes from the royal family and British media. Treatment contributed to their decision to leave the country.

The “spare” also claimed that members of the royal family routinely spread unflattering information about others at Windsor – on condition that they themselves get better coverage.

The row between Harry and his family has resurfaced in the public eye in recent weeks when the Sussexes admitted they had been asked to move out of their home in the UK.

Frogmore Cottage, the royal residence within Windsor Castle in west London, was the couple’s main residence before they relinquished their royal duties and moved to a wealthy enclave in Southern California.

— Danica Koka, Associated Press

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