With less than two months to “Spare” (sorry), King Charles has officially invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to his May 6 coronation, The Sunday Times revealed over the weekend.
“I can confirm The Duke has recently received email correspondence from His Majesty’s office regarding the coronation,” an Archewell spokesperson shared in a statement with HuffPost on Sunday. The statement was first shared by the Times.
“An immediate decision on whether the Duke and Duchess will attend will not be disclosed by us at this time,” the representative added.
Buckingham Palace did not respond to a HuffPost request for additional comment.
The news comes after a busy week of royal news for Charles, Harry and Meghan.
On Wednesday, the Sussexes confirmed in a statement to HuffPost that they’d “been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage,” which is their home in the U.K.
The Sun ― which exclusively revealed the news ― said the royal couple was asked by Buckingham Palace and Charles to leave one day after the publication of Harry’s memoir, “Spare.”
The outlet also reported that the two were being asked to leave the property to make way for the king’s disgraced brother, Prince Andrew.
Just a few days later, Harry participated in a livestreamed sit-down interview with physician and author Dr. Gabor Maté in California.
The two broached a wide array of topics during the talk, in which the royal said that he always felt “slightly different to the rest of my family.”
“I felt strange being in this container,” Harry explained. “I know that my mum felt the same. And so it makes sense to me. I felt as though my body was in there, but my head was out. And then sometimes it was vice versa.”