PRINCE Harry and Meghan are set to announce their plans for the King’s coronation within days, sources say.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be on the brink of a decision ahead of next month’s ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
The couple have remained tight-lipped over their plans despite the deadline for RSVPs having passed on Monday.
But sources say the Sussexes are now preparing to announce their plans after US President Joe Biden pulled out.
One insider said: “All families are difficult, but this is no normal family, of course. Harry has a lot of questions about how the event will work.”
If they chose to attend they would not take part in the procession after the service or join other working members of the Royal Family on the balcony.
It is understood that no invitation has yet been extended to the Sussexes’ children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.
The expected announcement comes after a new book, written by Royal author Robert Jobson, detailed explosive new details on the fractured relationships between the Sussexes and the Royal Family.
It claims the Princess of Wales described the Windsor walkabout with Harry and Meghan after the Queen’s death as “one of the hardest things she’d ever had to do”.
She told a senior royal it was so difficult because of the ‘ill-feeling’ between the couples.
The new book, called Our King, lays bare the inside story of the Royals’ war with the Sussexes before, during and after Megxit.
It also tells how the King was frustrated with his youngest son and the Queen “mystified” by the couple’s criticism of the Royal Family – describing their behaviour as ‘quite mad’.
Relations hit an all-time low after the Sussexes explosive Oprah Winfrey interview in March 2021.