Although they weren't invited, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are anticipated to attend King Charles' coronation with their children.
Nigel Cawthorne, a royal specialist, attacked the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in an interview with The Express after months of criticism of the royal family. He criticised them for giving their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, royal titles.
"I would have thought Meghan will come with Harry, as well as the prince and princess. [Harry might say] 'I'm turning my back on the monarchy, but my children are a prince and princess,’” he said.
"If you're turning your back on the monarchy and royalty, it's very odd you would do that,” the expert added.
"But [Harry and Meghan] are so self-absorbed that they want the fancy balls, while rejecting the rest of it. I think they are just trying to have their cake and eat it."
A spokeswoman for the couple revealed that "Princess Lilibet Diana" had been baptised earlier this month, putting an end to all rumours over whether or not the offspring of the Sussexes will receive their titles.
After that, the California-based royal couple defended their kids' entitlement to the titles as their "birth right" in a statement.
"The children's titles have been a birthright since their grandfather became monarch,” the statement issued by Harry and Meghan read.