Meghan had no intention of going to the coronation after being placed in an ‘impossible position’

Meghan Markle was ‘never likely’ to attend King Charles’ coronation next month after being placed in an ‘impossible position’. It was announced earlier this week that after weeks of speculation Prince Harry will attend the historic event while Meghan remains in America with their two children – Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

Palace insiders told the Mirror that Harry spent weeks chatting with aides after signaling his intention to travel to the UK. Royal sources added to the post that the signs were there for Meghan to skip the coronation as she was apparently upset at their children’s exclusion from the ceremony.

The couple’s biographer, Omid Scobie, confirmed Archie’s birthday “played a part in the decision” and he expected it to be “a fairly quick trip to the UK” for Harry.

A royal source added to The Mirror: “The truth is that the Duchess was never likely to attend the coronation. The mood in California was that she felt increasingly placed in an impossible position and there is some relief that the situation is resolved after so much speculation and uncertainty.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Image: Getty Images)

“It’s one thing to attend the late Queen’s funeral out of respect for Her Majesty, but quite another to witness the start of a new reign.”

Another source said Palace staff members were ‘cheered that the circus isn’t coming to town’, while someone else expressed sympathy for Meghan saying: ‘She’s really damned if she does. done and damned if she doesn’t. As a mother, she’s probably doing the right thing for her young children, which should be applauded.

Harry’s stay in the UK will be brief before returning to the US to enjoy his son’s fourth birthday celebrations. The Duke will only attend the ceremony and will not take part in any other role at the coronation over the three-day bank holiday weekend.

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