Harry and Meghan will turn coronation into a circus says TalkTV host

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Over the past few months, there’s been high tension between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Royal Family following a series of explosive interviews and documentaries from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. However, with the speculation on whether they’ll make an appearance at the upcoming coronation, TalkTV’s Kevin O’Sullivan confessed the event would turn into a circus.

It’s no secret the relationship between Prince Harry and his father King Charles III has been fractured over the past few years since his wife’s interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.

Since then, the Duke of Sussex has released an in-depth memoir about life within the Royal Family along with the duo filming a three-part documentary about how the royals and certain British press treated them.

As Harry has made it known in recent interviews he wants to get his father back, King Charles has offered an olive branch to the couple.

With the historic coronation happening on May 6, the same day as Harry’s son Archie’s fourth birthday, the royal couple have received an invitation to the occasion.

Although a decision is yet to be made on whether or not they’ll attend, TalkTV’s Kevin O’Sullivan touched on the idea of them going.

During his TalkTV show he discussed what he believes would end up happening if Harry and Meghan were to show with royal commentator Sarah Robertson.

He said: “I would suggest they probably will come because they like the connection.

“They’ll be associated with the Royal Family. That’s what they trade-off, that’s what they make money out of.

“The trouble is if they do come, if the King invites them and we think he will, their presence really will turn it into a circus won’t it?

“It’ll overshadow the real purpose of the event.”

Responding, royal commentator Sarah Robertson said: “Well this is what has been the worry of the firm.”

However, the royals seemed to snub an invite by Harry and Meghan to attend their daughter’s christening.

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One-year-old Lilibet Diana was blessed at the couple’s home in California with 30 people believed to have been in attendance.

It’s been reported that King Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton had all been given an invite to the christening, yet no royals attended the day.

Instead, Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland and Lilibet’s newly appointed godfather and actor Tyler Perry were at the intimate gathering.

With Harry’s family not going to his daughter’s christening, many are questioning if they’ll snub the coronation in retaliation.

The event, which will take place in Westminster Abbey, is believed to be a scaled-down event to Her Majesty’s coronation in 1953.

A statement from Buckingham Palace reads: “The Service will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

“As previously announced, the service will reflect the monarch’s role today and look towards the future, while being rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry.

“Across the coronation weekend, there will be further opportunities for people to come together in celebration of the historic occasion.”

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