2. Clashes with Archie’s birthday

The King has been criticised for holding his Coronation on May 6 – Archie Harrison’s birthday.

Archie, the firstborn child of Harry and Meghan, will turn four this year with the clash in diaries leaving the couple with a difficult decision to make.

If the pair decide to both attend the Coronation, they will be unable to spend the bulk of the day celebrating with their son. This will prove even harder if the Sussexes decide not to bring their children with them to the UK.

It has been reported that Harry could travel to London on his own and Meghan remain in the US to celebrate Archie’s birthday with him. Though the couple could do what they did last year for their daughter Lilibet’s second birthday, which fell on the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend, and celebrate the day by hosting an informal garden party at their former home, Frogmore Cottage.

Fans of the couple accused the Royal Family of deliberately clashing the dates as a slight dig to the Sussexes.

3. Should Prince Andrew attend? 

As with Harry and Meghan’s attendance, Prince Andrew’s involvement in the ceremony has also been criticised.

Though he is the King’s brother, Andrew was forced to step down as a working member of the Royal Family over his associations with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and allegations of sexual abuse – accusations that he has repeatedly and vehemently denied.

His approval ratings in the UK have been dire ever since and many believe the Queen’s son should not be invited to the Coronation.

Andrew is likely to attend however, but officials will ensure he takes a back seat by placing him in a discrete spot and ensuring he doesn’t play a leading role in the ceremony.

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