Next May, King Charles III will be crowned
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have still not given an answer as to their visit
But a meaningful decision was taken, reflecting an appeasement in the Windsor clan

In less than two months, King Charles III will be crowned. If the entire British royal family is impatiently awaiting the response of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry as to their arrival, now a decision gives hope for a possible reconciliation. Indeed, a meaningful decision was made by Buckingham: royal commentators indicated that the Sussexes were going to give royal titles to their children, Lilibet and Archie. “The move could herald a new era and raised hopes that they would accept an invitation to attend the King’s coronation in May,” the tabloids write.

Indeed, the couple announced on Wednesday March 8, 2023 that their 21-month-old daughter, Lilibet had been baptized last Friday and that they had decided to give their children the official royal titles. It’s the first time the couple have referred to one of their children as a prince or princess, settling the long-running debate over the issue. Their son, who will be four on coronation day, will become Prince Archie Harrison. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also informed the King of their intention to use these titles ahead of Wednesday’s announcement, a source said. The couple also invited the King, Queen Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince William as well as Kate Middleton to the christening. “The lines of communication are improving,” royal commentator Afua Hagan said. “There has been a defrosting of royal relations – on both sides.”

Baptized children

Will the whole little family be present at the coronation? Over the weekend, the Sussexes confirmed they had been invited but declined to say whether they would make the trip. “But their decision to strengthen their royal ties suggests a desire to improve relations – especially for their children. It’s a good indication that they will attend the coronation,” Ms Hagan said, adding: “They still want to have ties to the royal family.” A spokesperson told People magazine: “I can confirm that Princess Lilibet Diana was baptized on Friday March 3 by the Archbishop of Los Angeles, Reverend John Taylor.”

Prince Harry forgiven? This meaningful decision by the royal family that gives hope

King Charles III will be crowned in less than two months © Agence

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