• Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry are set to come to the UK
  • They are expected at the coronation of Charles
  • The palace plans on their presence

Buckingham Palace prepares for the coronation of King Charles III and also plans the presence of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan at the historic ceremony. The Daily Mail reports that staff has been instructed to come up with seating and dining plans to include the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the May 6 program.

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry: reuniting with the family

There is no official confirmation yet that Harry and Meghan have accepted the king's invitation, but preparations are being made should they decide to do so. The British paper writes that negotiations are underway about the events the couple will be attending, seating arrangements, wardrobe and of course, their safety.

The couple's presence has been hotly debated after cracking down on the monarchy and the rest of the royal family for the past three years. It is understood the two will likely only attend a limited number of public events.

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At the coronation, traditionally high-profile royals show up on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the ceremony, but only the active members of the royal family. Harry and Meghan are not among them.

While there's still no official word that the couple will actually attend the coronation, the possibility that they will have already caused excitement. Fulfilling their royal duties could mean that they want to maintain their connection to the monarchy. They could also pick up their last belongings from Frogmore Cottage, the Windsor house they used to live in before they have to leave for good in the summer.