Despite the fact that Prince Harry and Meghan’s attendance at the ceremony has not been confirmed, coronation that will take place on May 6, the tradition has already been made known that the King Charles III he will not overlook the duchess. According to some sources, the next monarch forces to Meghan Markle to make one reverence not only before him and Camilla, but before others members of the family real.
Since 2020 when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle renounced their titles within the British royalty, the dukes have been involved in various controversies for which they have been excluded from various events held by the monarchy. However, there is the possibility that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will participate in the ceremony of coronation of the King Charles III.
There are several weeks to go before this event takes place, which is why several protocols have begun to emerge that will be put into operation on the day of the coronationone of these protocols must be followed to the letter Meghan Markle, especially to respect the hierarchies within royalty. According to the above the King Charles III forces to the duchess to make one reverence Well, she’s not a blood princess.
In this case, not being a blood princess Meghan Markle he loses a certain status when he is not at the side of Prince Harry, the same happens with Kate Middleton; being so the Duchess of Sussex must do the reverence in front of all members of the family real who are direct descendants of the Windsors. But this situation changes when being with Harry since they have a higher rank than the rest.
This being the case, the members of the family real before which Meghan Markle shall do reverence during the coronation they are all those with superior rank with royal blood, as is the case of princesses Beatriz and Eugenia; before these members the King Charles III forces Meghan to bow, as well as him and the queen consort, Camilla Parker.
Today, according to various sources, this role-playing game was established in 2005 by Queen Elizabeth II, this protocol is included in a document that was written by the monarch’s private secretary. This was shared only between the members of the Royal familyand was named as ‘Royal Family Precedence to be Observed at Court’.