Prince Harry may face some sort of “uniform humiliation” at his father King Charles III’s upcoming coronation as he could be barred from wearing military attire.
Royal pundits are wondering how the exiled prince will be kitted out for the May 6 event — and what his role in the processions to Westminster Abbey will be, the Daily Mail reported.
The Duke of Sussex is flying solo at the historic event as his wife, Meghan Markle, and their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, are staying home in California.
Harry — who served two tours in Afghanistan — might be permitted to display another tribute to his military service at the coronation, historian Dr. Peter Johnston told True Royalty TV’s “The Royal Beat.”
“I imagine Harry won’t wear (his) uniform,” he said. “I imagine he’ll wear his medals but quite where he fits within the procession and where he comes, I think will be probably reasonably similar to where he was at the funeral as well.”
During Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in September, Harry walked next to brother William, who followed King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
The Sussexes close friend Gayle King of CBS News said recently the couple is in a “really good place” and made the “best” decision by having Markle remain in the US.
Markle has recently signed a big bucks deal with talent agency WME, which will also rep the couple’s Archewell label.
She is expected to rake in tens of millions of dollars via the partnership that could possibly kick-start her public comeback — though the former “Suits” star won’t be returning to acting anytime soon.