The Sussex's, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are to be reportedly present at King Charles coronation ceremony but will not be allowed to stand at the balcony because they are no longer senior working royals, as per UK's Daily Express.
The report came soon after the Buckingham Palace released new details about the event on Sunday.
Details about the guest list, including the invite status of the duo are yet to be revealed.
Asked whether Harry and Meghan would be invited to attend the coronation, Express' royal correspondent Richard Palmer said, "My guess is King Charles will take the moral high ground and invite them all to the coronation."
"Whatever the state of his relationships with the Sussexes and his brother Andrew at that point, he will still call them," Palmer added.
"We saw, at the Platinum Jubilee, the Queen break a, sort of, the order of precedence in the seating arrangements at St Paul's Cathedral."
It is still unclear whether Harry and Meghan plan to attend the coronation if invited. The Duke of Sussex, however, has hinted that he wants reconciliation with his father and brother.
For the unversed, he was approached by the royal family to verbally confirm their presence. Harry said he did not confirm because there was a lot between now and then, referring to his book and the time he was approached by his family.