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We all know the story of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The former actress from the popular TV series “Suits” fell in love with the charming Prince of Wales, and soon after, they got married. Their wedding was a fairytale affair, watched by millions around the world, and many were excited to see what the future held for the young couple.
However, it wasn’t long before cracks started to appear in their fairytale romance. The media was relentless in their scrutiny of the Duchess of Sussex, and many criticized her for everything from her wardrobe choices to her parenting skills. It was clear that Meghan was struggling with the constant scrutiny, and it wasn’t long before she and Harry decided to step back from their royal duties and move to North America.
Since then, Harry and Meghan have been making headlines almost every day. From their much-publicized interview with Oprah Winfrey to their recent announcement that they were expecting a second child, the couple has been in the news for all the right and wrong reasons.
However, despite all this, there has been one question that has been on everyone’s mind. When will Harry and Meghan return to the UK for the coronation of Prince Charles? It’s a question that has been asked repeatedly in recent weeks, and many are anxious to know what the couple’s decision will be.
For those who don’t know, Prince Charles is next in line to the British throne after Queen Elizabeth II. While it’s not clear when exactly he will be coronated, it’s widely believed that it will be within the next few years. And when that happens, it’s expected that the entire royal family will be in attendance, including Harry and Meghan.
But with tensions between the couple and the royal family at an all-time high, many are wondering whether they will actually attend the coronation. There have even been rumors that they could be stripped of their titles if they don’t show up.
So what should Harry and Meghan do? Well, our advice is simple: they should not delay their decision.
While it’s understandable that the couple is hesitant about returning to the UK, it’s important that they make a decision soon. Not only will this ease the minds of the public and the royal family, but it will also give the couple enough time to prepare for the event.
It’s also worth noting that if Harry and Meghan do decide not to attend the coronation, it could have serious repercussions on their relationship with the royal family. It could also damage their reputation among the British public, many of whom still see them as important members of the royal family.
At the end of the day, it’s clear that Harry and Meghan are in a difficult position. They want to maintain their independence, but they also don’t want to sever ties with the royal family entirely. And while we can’t say for certain what the right decision is, we can say that delaying the decision is not the best course of action.
So, to Harry and Meghan, we say this: don’t delay your decision. It’s better to make a choice and stick to it than to leave everyone hanging. And no matter what you decide, we wish you all the best.