Harry and Meghan to get ‘cold shoulder’ at Coronation as kids ‘aren’t invited’

Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet have been 'snubbed' after not receiving an invite to their grandfather, King Charles’ coronations, it's been reported.

It follows claims that their parents, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been invited, but can expect the "cold shoulder" by fellow royals.

According to royal sources, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not been told whether that invitation extends to their children – who are aged three and one.

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It has also not been confirmed whether the controversial royals will attend the ceremony, set to be held at Westminister Abbey on May 6.

The Daily Star previously reported how Prince Harry had been said to be weighing up his options as the Royal event coincided with his Archies fourth birthday.

A Buckingham Palace source told The Sunday Times that it would be “wholly improper” for discussions over roles for the Queen Consort's grandchildren but not her husband's.

Harry and Meghan will not be invited to take part in the official balcony appearance and many members of the family have no wish to socialise with the couple.

A friend of the Royal Family said: "They will be given the cold shoulder by very many relatives. One said to me, ‘I hope they'll be seated in Iceland’.

“Many of the family just want nothing more to do with them. If they have to see them at the Coronation then so be it, but they do not want to socialise with them.”

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It's understood that the 38-year-old had expressed concerns over how the British public would react to him and his wife attending.

Royal officials claim Harry and Meghan have discussed their options when it comes to attending the coronation – including the possibility of Harry attending alone or skipping the ceremony altogether.

Despite this, a friend of the Duke claims Harry is mindful that the coronation will be “pretty much the most important day” in his father Charles’s life.

Additionally, he would like to be by his father's side as he is crowned Britain’s new king and would like to repair his relationship with other royals.

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