Harry and Meghan told to stay away from the King's coronation or face angry booing.

Harry and Meghan told to stay away from the King’s coronation or face angry booing.

The King’s coronation is due to take place on May 6 next year.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been urged to stay away from King Charles’s coronation following their explosive Netflix series.

A former Cabinet minister insisted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “categorically shouldn’t come” to the event next May, while a historian said the couple should “stay holding hands in Hollywood”.

The calls come after the first three episodes of Harry and Meghan’s six-part Netflix series dropped on Thursday.

Mr Mellor suggested that members of the public “would be perfectly entitled to boo if the couple did turn up”.

Historian Lady Antonia Fraser added: “I hope they don’t come because I want the King and Queen to be the centre of attention.”

The Sussexes, who are living in California after quitting royal duties, have sparked fury over their documentary.

As well as calls for them not to attend Charles’s coronation, they are also facing demands to be stripped of their royal titles.

Among the most incendiary claims in the show is from a contributor describing the late Queen’s beloved Commonwealth as “Empire 2.0”.

A palace insider told the Telegraph it was a “good job” that Elizabeth II “is not here to have to see this”.

Another moment that has prompted a backlash is Meghan doing a demonstration of her curtsy to Harry’s grandmother.

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