Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'won't join Charles on balcony in slimmed-down coronation'
According to information from the royal family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not join Charles on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the coronation.
A source said: "When Charles finally ascends the throne, a weakened monarchy will be on display."
It was said that when he became king, only Prince William, Kate and their children could join Charles and Camilla on the balcony.
For events such as the Color Squad, when the family gathers around the Queen to celebrate, the balcony is usually filled with all of Her Majesty's children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
A source told the M0ail on Sunday that Charles didn't want to splurge when it came to his coronation and that he wanted his plans to be "much cheaper" than Her Majesty's £1.57 million ceremony. The Queen was surrounded by her family and bridesmaids as she waved to the large crowd below the palace after her coronation in 1953.
A source told the Mail on Sunday that the ceremony will be "shorter, earlier, smaller, cheaper and more representative of different social groups and faiths."