Meghan reportedly wants a ‘tiara moment’ at the Coronation
“It has been a long time since she got to wear something sparkly and they need to remind the world that they are associated with the Royal Family.
“Because as you know, that is their businesses, that has become their sole brand.”
Prince Harry and Meghan are yet to confirm whether they will head to Westminster Abbey for the event.
Prince Harry has made a surprise return to the UK to attend in person a high-profile hearing at the Royal Court of Justice.
The Duke of Sussex was spotted by reporters as he walked inside the building.
There have been some doubts as to whether they would make an appearance following the couple’s rift with the Royal Family after stepping back from their royal duties.
Prince Harry made a number of bombshell allegations against his family in his tell-all memoir, Spare, which followed the couple’s Netflix docuseries “Harry and Meghan”.
The Royal Family is reportedly annoyed that the couple has been making money from media deals “linked to their royal status”.
Despite this, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed that they had received an invite to the Coronation earlier this year.
The Royal Family is reportedly annoyed the Sussexes are making money from media deals
Now, several reports have claimed that the couple will attend, despite the day also falling on their son Prince Archie Harrison’s fourth birthday.
The couple travelled to the UK with their two children last June for the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee but did not appear on the balcony during the event.
A schedule for May 6 indicates there could again be no place in the procession for Harry and Meghan, according to claims.
This means that if they do decide to attend, the couple will be watching from the sidelines rather than being involved in a formal capacity.
Meanwhile, royal experts have suggested that the Prince and Princess of Wales are set to play an “important part” in the ceremony.
King Charles is set to be crowned alongside Camilla, the Queen Consort, on the day. Around 2,000 guest are expected to attend.
Buckingham Palace said ina statement released in October: “The coronation will reflect the monarch’s role today and look towards the future, while being rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry.”
It added: “The coronation is a solemn religious service, together with an occasion for celebration and pageantry.
“The ceremony has retained a similar structure for over a thousand years, and this year’s coronation is expected to include the same core elements while recognising the spirit of our times. For the last 900 years, the ceremony has taken place at Westminster Abbey, London. Since 1066, the service has almost always been conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK