‘Money-making’ Harry and Meghan told ‘stay away’ from King Charles’ coronation

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been warned not to attend King Charles’ coronation after suggestions they could be booed by members of the public.

The royal duo caused controversy this week after releasing the first three episodes of their Netflix documentary series.

The controversial first volume gave viewers and inside look into the lives of the much-discussed pair, who sensationally quit the UK to live abroad in America.

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Now, according to The Sun, top politicians say the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should stay away when King Charles is crowned at Westminster Abbey on May 6.

There are fears crowds could turn on the husband and wife if Harry jets into the UK to watch his father in the historic ceremony.

Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith told The Mail on Sunday: “If they dislike the Royal Family so much why would they attend the coronation?"

And David Mellor – a former MP and cabinet minister – added: “They shouldn’t come to the coronation. They categorically shouldn’t come.

“They make money out of selling their family down the river. I think it should be made clear that the British people do not want them there.”

It comes after claims the explosive Netflix series risks “placing the life and safety of members of the Royal Family in jeopardy".

Former US law enforcement officer George R Franks warned “increasingly tenacious” attacks on the Royal Family could inspire an assassin to attack the King or other senior royals.

He said: "I have been studying their increasingly tenacious attack on the character of the royals and the institution of the monarchy for the past several months with a growing concern for the safety of the members of the ‘working royals’, but also for the children of the Prince and Princess of Wales.

“I have experience with cases where individuals have committed or attempted to commit violent crimes in support of the cause of another towards whom they have become enamoured and protective."

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