King Charles and Camilla are anticipated to have a substantial turnout of family members at their coronation on May 6. While uncertainty surrounds whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will attend, leaked documents reveal details about the event.
The coronation procession will feature the king’s three grandchildren, including the soon-to-be five-year-old Prince Louis, though their specific roles remain undisclosed. Prince George, Charles’ eldest grandchild, is destined to be a future king, while Princess Charlotte and Louis are expected to be “working royals” in the future.
Speculation is arising about King Charles’ potential plan for Prince Louis, suggesting a significant role with an honorable title. The coronation, set to take place at Westminster Abbey, will involve senior members of the Royal Family, excluding non-working royals like Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and others.
Reports suggest Prince George might play a significant role in the procession alongside Camilla’s grandchildren. Leaked documents indicate the participation of Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their three children, along with other senior royals. Despite being invited, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s attendance remains uncertain, and there are hints of a chilly reception from some royal relatives.
Concerns have been raised about Prince George’s role, with leaked plans indicating his appearance during the coronation and on the Buckingham Palace balcony. His parents, William and Kate, reportedly worry about the pressure on the young prince, sparking debates about his formal role.
As for Prince Louis, who will attend his first major royal event, questions linger about his future. While he is far down the line of succession, there are hints that King Charles may have a plan in store for him.