Wales Children Led by Prince George Set to Take Up New Roles for Coronation With No Whereabouts of the Sussex Kids

Published 03/19/2023, 9:30 PM EDT

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The Sussexes and Waleses have been at loggerheads for months on end and are nowhere near a truce. The royal rivalry which sparked between the two brothers eventually caught the flames between their wives and has now come down to their children. While Prince Harry and William have come down to each other’s throats, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle have turned their faces away from each other. And now, the royal children are in competition with each other owing to their grandfather Charles’ coronation.

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As reported by Daily Express, the Waleses’ children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, are all set to render off some significant duties at the Coronation. However, unfortunately, there is no news of the two other royal children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. Updates of confirmation of the invitation had come from the Sussexes. However, nothing is known about their response to it as of now. 

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On the other hand, the outlet read that the Waleses will join their grandfather in Buckingham Palace through special royal carriages. The kids in the Palace will also help their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, behind a Gold State Coach. Being the second in line of succession to the throne, Prince George 9 was already anticipated to have a significant role in the coronation. 

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Meanwhile, his younger siblings, who were previously not of age to accompany him on important occasions, are now at Big brother’s help. In the course of the following announcements, no single report was about the other estranged royal kids across the pool. Leave alone significant duties; the two are not even sure to attend the momentous occasion on the 6th of May. 

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Prince Archie’s birthday stands as another reason for the royal family to excuse them for not coming. Prince Harry’s and Meghan Markle’s firstborn will turn four exactly on the day his grandfather will sit on the throne. Hence, the Sussexes might just prefer to celebrate their son’s birthday than attend a ceremony with uncomfortable ties. 

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What are your opinions on the royal agenda of the Palace? Do you think the Sussexes will accept the invitation with Prince Archie and Princess Diana Lilibet turning up for the event? Let us know in the comments below. 

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Shraddha is an entertainment content writer at Netflixjunkie. Not only does she find immense pleasure in reading literature classics and writing book reviews about the same, but she's also much into movies and documentaries of world-renowned personalities as well. She's also been the Editor in chief of two yearly magazines of an international institute as a high schooler.

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