Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to be part of the royal tradition of the balcony ceremony during King Charles III’s Coronation.
Ahead of the historic event, the Duke and Duchess are seeking to be part of the balcony event where working members of the royal family stand at the Buckingham Palace balcony to greet the public.
It is pertinent to mention that the couple did not appear during the Platinum Jubilee last year in June.
Besides this request, Harry and Meghan want Prince Archie’s birthday to be marked with a memorable event of sorts.
As of yet, reports suggest that the plans for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s involvement are being discussed at it remains to be seen at what capacity the couple will be involved on the day of the Coronation.
Furthermore, Express states that the couple is keen for their children Archie and Lilibet to spend time with their fellow royal cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, who are the children of Prince William and Kate Middleton and are of similar age.
As per other reports, the Duke and Duchess will refuse to attend the Coronation if the abovementioned requests are not catered to.
"The latest thing they've said is they want to be on the balcony for the Coronation while not giving a confirmation themselves that they're going to be there," royal expert Angelia Mollard told the publication.
"This is five weeks out, they need some planning around this, they need to know whether to set aside the chairs," the expert added.
"There is no chance they're going to be on the balcony — the Queen wanted a slimmed-down monarchy," she pointed out.
"Charles is further enforcing that. He has dealt beautifully with Andrew and they need to turn around and say there's no chance they'll get a place on that balcony."