King Charles WILL give Meghan Markle and Prince Harry place to stay if they come to his coronation

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 09: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales with Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex during Trooping The Colour 2018 on June 9, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)

KING Charles will give Meghan and Harry a place to stay if they come to his coronation, despite the ongoing family conflict.

The controversial couple were invited to the historic event in May but uncertainty was rife over their accommodation after they were evicted from Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, Berkshire.

King Charles will give Harry and Meghan a place to stay during his coronation

The couple currently live in a mansion in Montecito, California

However, they are now being evicted from the UK home of Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, Berkshire

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will hand over the keys to Frogmore, which has reportedly been offered to Prince Andrew instead.

However, they won’t have to give the property up until after the King is crowned on May 6, meaning they can stay there if they choose to attend.

The couple have not been offered a new permanent home after the event but it is understood that they will be given somewhere to stay temporarily as and when they visit the UK.

This could include suites in Buckingham Palace or St James’s Palace, as well as Princess Diana’s former apartment at Kensington Palace.

Outside of such visits, Harry and Meghan will reside at their nine-bedroom mansion in Montecito, California, where they are raising their two children.

It emerged yesterday that the pair had been sent an email invitation, despite recent bombshell books and interviews.

In his latest media appearance, the Duke sat down with trauma expert Gabor Mate for a chat in which he slammed his family yet again.

This included launching a fresh attack on the King by blaming his traumas on a “broken home” and suggesting that he “saved” himself from Royal Life.

He also launched a string of accusations against his family in Spare — which was published in January.

They included describing his “arch-nemesis” brother William knocking him to the ground in a row over Meghan.

He also accused Camilla of leaking stories about the brothers.

The book followed similar bombshells from Harry and Meghan in an Oprah Winfrey US TV interview and their Netflix docuseries.

Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, were given use of the five-bedroom Frogmore Cottage by the Queen as a wedding present in 2018.

The couple claimed it would mean “their family would always have a place to call home in the United Kingdom”.

They ordered £2.4million worth of renovations before moving in the following April.

But they spent just six months in their new home before settling Megxit terms in 2020 — as HOAR first revealed in a world exclusive.

The couple left the UK for a new life abroad, first to Canada and then California — all the while hurling regular barbs at their family.

Harry later paid back the cost of the renovations to the taxpayer in a deal which included leasing Frogmore Cottage for “several years”.

The King will be crowned on May 6

It is understood that the Sussexes will be able to use Frogmore for the event, but no permanent UK home has been offered after they move out