Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘WON’T join King Charles and Queen Camilla at Buckingham Palace for coronation moment’

File photo dated 10/07/18 of (left to right) the then Prince of Wales, Duke of York (obscured), the the Duchess of Cornwall, the late Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on the balcony at Buckingham, Palace where they watched a Royal Air Force flypast over central London to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force. The Duke of Sussex has reportedly claimed he was physically attacked by his brother over his marriage to Meghan Markle. Issue date: Thursday January 5, 2023. PA Photo. In a leaked extract of his highly anticipated autobiography, Spare, to The Guardian newspaper, Harry alleged the confrontation took place at his London home in 2019 and had left him with a visible injury to his back after the Prince of Wales grabbed his brother by the collar and ripped his necklace before knocking him to the floor. See PA story ROYAL Sussex. Photo credit should read: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle won’t join King Charles ad Camilla on the balcony for his Coronation, according to reports.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “unlikely” to join members of the Royal Family to commemorate the newly crowned King.

Harry and Megan are not expected to join the Royals on the balcony for Charles’ coronation

The couple are ‘unlikely’ to attend any major public appearances in May

Only working Royals will join King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla

The line-up will only feature working members of The Firm – excluding Harry as well as his uncle Prince Andrew.

Although there is no suggestion that Harry will be barred from the celebrations on May 6 – that clash with his son Archie‘s fourth birthday – he is not expected to earn a spot on the balcony.

According to the Daily Mail, a senior Royal insider said it is “unlikely” him and Meghan will attend any major public appearances.

Tensions have been fraught since the Duke released his bombshell book Spare – brimming with explosive claims.

He alleged that he was attacked by his brother the Prince of Wales, and accused the Queen Consort of leaking stories to the press.

It has only added fuel to the fire of his stormy relationships with the Royals – but Harry admitted he would still like to see his father be crowned.

During an interview with Tom Bradby to pedal his book, he said: “There’s a lot that can happen between now and then.

“But, the door is always open. The ball is in their court. 

“There’s a lot to be discussed and I really hope that they’re willing to sit down and talk about it.”

Royal sources hinted that peace talks could be on the cards in the coming months to stop the feud overshadowing the coronation.

One royal source said Charles needs to extend the invitation sooner rather than later, as it will become a “circus and distraction.”

But some Royals are said to be concerned that their discussions may “make it into the paperback edition of Spare.”

Harry was paid an estimated $40million for a four-book deal and his first memoir has delved into private behind-the-scenes conversations with his family.

The privacy of virtually none of the Royal Family has been spared in the 407-page book, which was released earlier this week.

Some relatives reportedly fear they may provide inspiration for further stories if they don’t keep their mouths shut.

Regardless of his attendance at the coronation, the country will enjoy a meticulously planned three-day party.

A blockbuster concert ­featuring global pop icons, who may include Sir Paul McCartney and Queen, is also planned at Windsor Castle.

The two parades on Coronation Day will conclude with members of the Royal Family — including the newly-crowned King and his Queen Consort — waving from the balcony at Buckingham Palace.

Iconic locations around the UK will be illuminated with projections, lasers and drone displays as the “centrepiece” of celebrations to mark His Majesty’s crowning in a very modern way.

Royal experts predicted the event will “dwarf” even last year’s ­spectacular celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The events will take place on Saturday May 6, Sunday May 7 and Monday May 8, which has been declared a bank holiday to mark the Coronation.

The country will celebrate Charles’ being crowned over three-days

Prince Andrew is also not expected to attend the balcony appearance

Harry admitted he wanted to be there for his father’s coronation