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But to confirm their presence at King Charles’ coronation next month, the Duke And Duchess of Sussex. The pair confirmed they had received an invitation last month, although they could not specify “at this time” whether they would be joining the Royal family at Westminster Abbey this spring. But a decision would be imminent, as some guests were reportedly asked to comment on the palace “at the end of the game on Monday, April 3”.

The Telegraph have reported that “Coronation guests have already received an email from Buckingham Palace telling them to ‘save’ the date of the ceremony, and some have asked to RSVP to the palace by Monday.”

After their continued potshots aimed at the institution and certain members of the royal family, speculation grew as to whether the king would intend to reject his youngest son and daughter-in-law.

However, the couple confirmed that they had received an invite last month, via a public statement from their spokesperson.

The statement read: “I can confirm that the Duke has recently received email correspondence from His Majesty’s Office regarding the coronation.

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“An immediate decision on whether the Duke and Duchess will attend will not be announced by us at this time.”

Harry and Meghan have since kept tight-lipped about their plans for May 6.

In January, the Duke of Sussex was asked if he would attend the coronation in an interview coinciding with the publication of his memoirs.

The 38-year-old seemed to dodge the question simply replying that the “door is always open” for a reconciliation and that the “ball is in their court”.

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Also, as an extra promotion for Spare, Harry told the Royal Family to “clean up” their mistakes, adding that “then we could all move on”.

The Duke’s comments related to the family’s alleged treatment of his wife Meghan.

Despite being invited for an invite, the couple’s two young children have reportedly been missed out on the invite.

Archie, who turns four on coronation day, and 21-month-old Lilibet have no plans to join the royal family on their grandfather’s big day.

Royal expert and former butler to the late Princess Diana, Paul Burrell, previously stated that he thinks the couple’s appearance would be “incredibly uncomfortable” for them.

He added that he believes Harry “might come alone”, adding that he doesn’t think Meghan is “brave or strong enough” to attend.