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Harry and Meghan expected to attend the coronation with children even though they weren’t invited


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to come to King Charles’ coronation with their children even if they are not invited.

Speaking to The Express, royal expert Nigel Cawthorne slammed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for using royal titles for their children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet after criticizing the Royal Family for months.

“I would have thought Meghan would come with Harry, as well as the prince and princess. [Harry might say] “I turn my back on the monarchy, but my children are a prince and a princess,” he said.

“If you turn your back on monarchy and royalty, it’s very strange that you do,” added the expert.

“But [Harry and Meghan] are so self-centered that they want the fancy balls, while rejecting the rest. I think they’re just trying to get their cake and eat it.”

Finally ending all speculation over whether or not the Sussex children will receive their titles, a spokesperson for the couple has announced that ‘Princess Lilibet Diana’ was christened earlier this month.

Following this, the California-based royal couple issued a statement defending their children’s right to the titles as a “birthright”.

“Children’s titles have been a birthright since their grandfather became monarch,” read the statement released by Harry and Meghan.

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