Rumors about the presence or not of Prince Harry at the coronation of Carlos III has been one of the most commented topics in the months prior to the event. That’s why, Buckingham Palace issued a statement confirming the Duke of Sussex’s attendance at Westminster Abbey on May 6. The text also stated that he would do it alone without Meghan Markle, who would remain in Carliforna with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.
But even having this information in advance, Harry’s arrival has not gone unnoticed by everything that has involved his presence. Prince Harry attended the coronation on behalf of the couple, and has done so wearing an elegant black suit and a silk tie, a ‘look’ signed by ‘Dior’.
Harry at the coronation of Carlos III without Meghan Markle
Since Meghan and Prince Harry announced their decision to step back from their royal duties, there has been much speculation about the extent of their relationship with the British royal family.. The couple have spoken openly about the pressure and media harassment they have experienced in the past, and have expressed their desire for more privacy and control over their lives.
Some of the The most commented moments of the Duke of Sussex in this act have been Harry’s decision not to go out on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, a greeting to the people that the kings perform once they are crowned. Harry, not having any official representation, is not required to be present at the events after the ceremony. That’s why, The prince has made the decision to abandon the coronation to return home and celebrate the birthday of his eldest son, Archie, who turns four on May 6. Once Carlos III was crowned, the Duke has taken a plane to fly to California and take advantage of the last hours of the birthday with his family.