- King Charles III's Coronation is set for May 2023
- It's unclear if Meghan and Prince Harry are even invited
- Now reports say King Charles wants them to be there
After all the headlines from Prince Harry's Netflix series and his book Spare, you would think his relationship with the royals is in rough shape.
But apparently that's not the case. King Charles III, father of Prince Harry, has a big event coming up in a few months: his official Coronation as monarch.
Now the King is said to want his son and daughter-in-law Meghan there on Coronation Day, despite all the noise of recent months.
Report: Charles battling William to have Harry at Coronation
According to the Daily Mail, King Charles is negotiating a "deal" to have Harry and Meghan in the UK for the May 2023 event.
He is said to be facing resistance, however, from his other son Prince William, who is less willing to forgive after the reveals in Harry's latest projects.
But King Charles is reportedly enlisting the help of a persuasive figure to make it all happen: The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Perhaps it will take the powerful religious leader to reunite the warring British royals.
When recently asked if he would attend the Coronation, Prince Harry was non-committal but offered a hopeful answer.
"The ball is in their court," Harry said in his recent ITV interview. "There's a lot to be discussed, and I've really hoped that they are willing to sit down and talk about it."
For the Coronation, Meghan and Harry would have to return to the UK from their American home in California.
We'll certainly be watching how this all plays out. The new King will celebrate his Coronation weekend May 6–8...