MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry still haven’t confirmed whether they’re coming to King Charles’ coronation.
The RSVP date for some guests was on Monday but the California-based duo are yet to announce their attendance.
Guests, including the Sussexes, were sent an email invite for the royal extravaganza.
At the beginning of last month, a spokesperson for Harry and Meghan confirmed they had “recently received” correspondence regarding the coronation.
They told the Times: “An immediate decision on whether the Duke and Duchess will attend will not be disclosed by us at this time.”
Harry was reportedly “too busy” to see dad Charles when he flew over to appear in court for his case against Associated Newspapers – so it remains unclear if the invite has been accepted.
The Sun have approached Harry and Meghan’s representatives to confirm whether they are attending or not.
Events for the coronation will start on Saturday May 6 and continue over Sunday May 7 and Monday May 8, which has been declared a bank holiday.
If Harry and Meghan do decide to attend the coronation, their travel itinerary and plans will be tightly dictated by their personal security detail and accommodation.
At the Platinum Jubilee last year the Sussexes were visible for some but not all of the festivities, such as appearing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
It has already been suggested that family members appearing on the balcony will be limited to working royals as part of the King’s “slimmed down” new-look monarchy.
But as the Sussexes are yet to even accept the invite, it is not clear what events the pair will attend.
The action packed weekend will see the King and Queen Consort arrive at Westminster Abbey in The King’s Procession on Saturday morning.
This will be followed by the coronation service conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The service will “reflect the monarch’s role today and look towards the future, while being rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry”.
After the service, the newly-crowned King and Queen Consort will return to the Palace in a larger ceremonial parade known as the Coronation Procession.
This is expected to include thousands of troops, military bands and other members of the Royal Family.
After the procession the Royal Family are expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
A blockbuster concert featuring global pop icons, who may include Sir Paul McCartney and Queen, is also planned at Windsor Castle.
Thousands of people all over the UK will be encouraged to stage street parties in another stunning show of pageantry to the world.
Iconic locations around the UK will be illuminated with projections, lasers and drone displays as the “centrepiece” of celebrations to mark His Majesty’s crowning in a very modern way.
Royal experts predicted the event will “dwarf” even last year’s spectacular celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.