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Prince Harry Absent from the Buckingham Palace Balcony for King Charles III’s Coronation

Recent news reveals that the Duke of Sussex will not grace the Buckingham Palace balcony with his presence during the coronation of King Charles III. Apparently, balcony appearances will be exclusive to working royals only, and Prince Harry does not make the cut.

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Prince Harry’s Viral Balcony Appearance from 1987

If you’re a fan of viral content, then you must have come across a TikTok video of a two-year-old Prince Harry’s first-ever appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Trooping the Colour celebrations. The video has amassed over two million views, and it’s not hard to see why. You get to see the royal family waving to the crowds from the balcony, with Princess Diana holding toddler Harry, who gives a big wave to the audience, delighting the crowd.

The Coronation Ceremony

Mark your calendars for May 6th, the day of the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. However, don’t expect a full-blown appearance of the royal family on the balcony. According to reports, the balcony appearance will be a “slimmed-down” service, and the King has invited only “his closest and most loyal family members” to appear on the balcony. Plus, only working members of the family are expected to attend.

Prince Harry’s Attendance at the Coronation

Despite all the buzz surrounding his upcoming memoir, Spare, set to be released in January, Prince Harry will attend the coronation ceremony. However, his wife Meghan Markle will stay put in California with their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. Looks like Prince Harry is not one to shy away from state occasions, even with all the speculation surrounding his book.

The Balcony Appearance and Working Members of the Royal Family

It’s not all glitz and glamor in the world of the royal family. The balcony appearance is considered a state occasion rather than a family occasion, and there is little room for sentiment. Therefore, only working members of the family are expected to attend, and several members of the royal family, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have not been invited to grace the balcony with their presence.

In Conclusion

Amid news of the limited balcony appearance for King Charles III’s coronation, Prince Harry’s viral appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Trooping the Colour celebrations in 1987 has resurfaced. Despite the limited number of royals expected to attend, Prince Harry will be present at the ceremony, proving that his dedication to state occasions is unwavering.

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