After weeks of suspenseful anticipation, it has finally been confirmed that Prince Harry will be attending King Charles III’s coronation.

However, the Duchess of Sussex will not accompany him.

“Buckingham Palace is pleased to confirm that the Duke of Sussex will attend the coronation service at Westminster Abbey on May 6,” a palace spokesperson said.

“The Duchess of Sussex will remain in California with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.”

After the January release of his remarkable book, “Spare,” Harry will reconnect with certain members of the royal family for the first time.

After Harry bombarded Buckingham Palace with an extensive list of queries regarding security protocol and seating arrangements, the decision was ultimately made.

In what is likely the final occurrence, Harry and Markle are being requested by Charles to move out of Frogmore Cottage, their Windsor dwelling.

Following a difficult period, palace officials can now take a much-needed break.

In his book, Harry – the 38-year-old Briton – proffered a series of damaging accusations against his father, brother Prince William, and sister-in-law Kate Middleton.

Charles was painted as a distant parent, and his alleged physical altercation with William came to light. Additionally, it was reported at the behest of Will and Kate that he donned his controversial Nazi outfit.

In March of 2020, Harry courageously left the royal family behind and began a new life in California with Markle. He has since expressed his expectation of an apology from his relatives.

Though it would appear that Harry is yet to have contact with his father and sibling, he will not join the king or Queen Camilla on the palace balcony as a working royal no longer.

Only a select few who embody the “heartbeat and future of his family” and are devoted to public service shall be in attendance with the monarch.

Charles and Camilla will be escorted to Buckingham Palace from Westminster Abbey in a majestic gold state coach followed by their family.

At Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in 2022, Harry and Markle were seated at the second row during the service held in Westminster Abbey.