As King Charles’ coronation approaches, speculation mounts about whether Archie and Lilibet will attend. The young royals recently received the titles of Prince and Princess, which they obtained after Queen Elizabeth’s passing.
Meghan and Harry had kept their children, Archie and Lilibet, out of the spotlight to protect their privacy. However, they accepted the titles of Prince and Princess, which royal expert Angela Levin argues could impact their futures negatively. Levin claims that the titles burden the children and tie them to the royal family they have criticized.
There’s speculation that Harry and Meghan might benefit financially from their children’s titles. Some observers view the title changes as branding moves. Additionally, palace insider Richard Eden suggests that the timing of the title announcements is a form of revenge against Charles and Camilla.
Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the rest of the royal family remains strained. Despite rumors that the coronation might provide an opportunity for reconciliation, it’s unclear if they’ll attend. While they’ve reportedly been invited, Meghan is hesitant due to her belief that Charles is to blame for their royal exit. Their attendance at the coronation and Archie’s birthday recognition are still uncertain.