King Charles urged to ban non-working royals from Buckingham Palace balcony

Three days of royal festivities are scheduled to commemorate King Charles III’s coronation, which will take place on May 6. Along with other Royal Family members, Charles will make his official entrance as King from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

According to a recent poll, there is strong opposition to non-working royals appearing in public.

An important aspect of the celebrations will be the balcony appearance, which will also feature the Westminster Abbey ceremony, a Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle, and a nationwide Coronation Big Lunch of street parties.

Only working royals had been permitted to accompany Queen Elizabeth II on the balcony during the Platinum Jubilee festivities in June of last year, and the King might take the lead from his mother.

It would be “unlikely,” according to a senior royal insider, for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to participate in significant public events during the Coronation celebrations, such as standing with the King on the balcony.

Brits don’t want Harry & Meghan on the balcony

“Should non-working royals join King Charles’ Coronation balcony appearance?” asked on their poll.

A total of 4,811 votes were cast, with 4,446 people (92 percent) voting “no” to the non-working royals who appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony in May.

While 7% (326 respondents) responded “yes,” they should, and 1% (39 respondents) stated they were unsure.

So clearly, most of their readers do not want the Sussexes to make an appearance during Coronation Day.