Prince Harry should not have expected Coronation invite says star

Prince Harry, 38, was confirmed to be attending his father King Charles’ Coronation last month in a statement from Buckingham Palace.

It read: “Buckingham Palace is pleased to confirm that The Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey on 6th May.

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

Harry is expected to land in the UK today and be in town for less than 48 hours.

The ceremony will be the first time Harry appears with his father and brother William, the Prince of Wales, since the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II in September.

Speaking exclusively to, former Loose Women panellist Saira Khan, 52, believes that Harry should never have expected an invite to the celebration.

She said: “I don’t really know why Harry is even coming to the coronation. If I did what Harry had done to my family, I wouldn’t expect to be invited to a party.

“I do believe there is a real lot of truth in what Harry and Meghan have said but nothing has changed. To me, I am just not interested in that.

“I feel sorry for them. As a mum, to know my children aren’t getting along, it would be the biggest upset for me.

“Harry and Meghan have missed out on engaging with them, as they are too busy doing what they want to do.”

This comes as Saira explained that Harry and Meghan were one of the reasons she decided to leave Loose Women in 2021.

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She explained: “We talked a lot about Harry and Meghan on Loose Women and they were another reason I left the show, because I just thought, I don’t care!

“I am not interested in your life. They talked about it so much in the programme and I just thought there is so much better we could talk about, such as the millions of people dying around the world, or the cost of living crisis.

“I had to really scrape the barrel of my brain to share my thoughts on it.”

In line with Sleep Awareness Month, Saira has partnered with Woolroom to raise awareness of the UK’s unhealthy sleeping habits and educate the nation about how clean sleeping should be taken just as seriously as clean eating.

The new survey found that 98 per cent of people believe that sleep is as important as diet, however only one in six prioritising their sleep, with just under one in 10 not prioritising their sleep at all.

Speaking of the partnership, Saira said: “It took me many years to fully appreciate how important sleep is for me.

“I, like so many people, did not relate sleep to being integral to my overall health and well-being.

“While I focused on my diet and physical exercise to help me feel fit and healthy, I wasn’t getting the results physically or mentally because I was sacrificing my sleep.

“Now in my 50s and going through menopause, I really understand the healing powers of a good night’s sleep and have put a focus on researching the right mattress, bedding and the right fibre to sleep with.

“I’ve finally realised that by prioritising a good night’s clean sleep as much as a clean diet and physical exercise, I am improving my overall mental and physical health.”

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