Duke and Duchess of Sussex receive official invitation to King Charles’ coronation, says couple’s rep UK News

Harry and Meghan were invited to the king’s coronation, their spokesman said, despite tensions with Buckingham Palace over the prince’s bombshell revelations.

However, they declined to immediately disclose whether the monarch’s olive branch offer would be taken up by the couple, who have been publicly at loggerheads with the royal house.

The development comes after the Duke of Sussex She said he always felt different from the rest of his family — and that her mother felt the same way — during a pay-to-view livestream conversation with trauma expert and author Dr Gabor Mate.

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What we learned from Prince Harry’s latest interview

There had been renewed speculation this week that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would receive an invitation to the coronation of the king on May 6 after being asked to “leave” their UK home.

THE request to leave Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle came after the publication of Harry’s autobiography Replacementin which he was harsh towards his family, and was seen as a big rebuke by Charles to his son, who moved to the United States in 2020.

Copies of the Duke of Sussex's newly released autobiography, entitled Spare, on display in Waterstones Piccadilly, London, as it goes on sale to the public for the first time.  Picture date: Tuesday January 10, 2023.

The couple also voiced their grievances about their alleged treatment in a Netflix series.

But a Sussex spokesman has now confirmed he has been contacted by the palace about the historic event.

They told the Times: “I can confirm that the Duke has recently received email correspondence from Her Majesty’s Office regarding the coronation.

“An immediate decision on the Duke and Duchess’ participation will not be disclosed by us at this time.”

The coronation falls on son Archie’s fourth birthday.

Harry’s last interview ‘was like watching therapy at £17.99 each’

In his “intimate conversation” with Dr Mate, Harry spoke about the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in a car crash in Paris in 1997 when she was 12.

He said: “I certainly felt throughout my life, my younger years, I felt slightly different than the rest of my family.

“I felt weird being in this container, and I know my mom felt the same way, so it makes sense to me.

“It didn’t make sense at the time. I felt like my body was there, but my head was out and sometimes it was the other way around.”

Duke also said marijuana had “really helped” him mentally.

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In his controversial ghostwritten memoir, Harry admitted to regularly taking drugs and laid bare his frustrations with his family.

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He claimed his brother William, now the Prince of Wales, had knocked him down after calling the Duchess of Sussex ‘difficult’, ‘rude’ and ‘abrasive’.

The duke said his father, now king, put his own interests above Harry’s and was jealous of Meghan and Kate, and that the queen consort had sacrificed him on ‘her personal public relations altar’.


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