The Royal Family should focus on "self-preservation" if the attend the King's Coronation, commentator Kinsey Schofield has told The royal expert warns the "safest strategy" to avoid more public revelations from the couple is "silence".

Schofield, host of the To Di For Daily podcast, also believes Harry and Meghan will attend King Charles's Coronation on May 6 together.

It is a topic of much speculation, with some suggesting Meghan, 41, could opt to stay at home as May 6 is son Archie's fourth birthday.

She said: "I would describe any distance that senior royals put between themselves and the Sussexes as self-preservation.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been invited to King Charles's Coronation, however, it's unclear whether the couple will attend.

One royal expert warned that either way, the Sussexes had already "tainted" the once-in-a-lifetime event.

"Anything they say or do could end up in a future book, podcast, or TV interview.

"Something as irrelevant as an exchange of lip gloss. The safest strategy is silence."

Schofield also said the Coronation would not be a good opportunity for reconciliation between the California-based royals and other members of the Firm.She said: "This time is not about Harry and Meghan or reconciliation.

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This is an event that King Charles has waited his entire life for. This is his time."

The Duke, 38, and Duchess revealed in a statement earlier this month .

The statement read: "I can confirm The Duke has recently received email correspondence from His Majesty's office regarding the coronation."

But it said an "immediate decision" will not be "disclosed" as to whether they will be at Westminster Abbey on May 6.

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