Harrys rudeness would have ‘appalled Diana, says Vanessa Feltz

Harry and Meghan’s coronation reaction slammed by Morgan

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It was reported earlier this week that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have received an invitation to his father, King Charles’s, Coronation on May 6. Despite their spokesperson saying that the couple have been emailed about the historic occasion, they will not confirm whether they plan to attend.

In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Vanessa Feltz fumed that their reluctance to publicly respond to the invitation is “incredibly rude”.

She said: “You don’t just not answer an invitation! I think that Harry’s late mother Princess Diana would have been appalled.

“Everybody knows that whenever she got home from however late the engagement, she would take her high heels off and sit at her writing desk and write thank you letters then and there, and they were always posted by the next morning.

“She was a real stickler for good manners and appropriate behaviour.

“I don’t think you get invited to your father’s Coronation and you just don’t respond, you don’t say whether you are coming or going, you are kind of hedging your bets and weighing up your options.

“I think that is really appallingly rude.”

Famously, Princess Diana’s determination to send thank you cards went so far that she sat down following her 1981 wedding to Charles and “answered many of the 47,000 letters and 10,000 gifts” they had received, Andrew Morton wrote in his authorised biography, Diana: Her True Story.

As for whether Harry and Meghan should attend the Coronation following the revelations made in his memoir, Vanessa believes “they should definitely come”.

She continued: “I think they should come because it is polite. There is nothing on earth to witness of such momentous importance and spiritual significance as your father’s Coronation as King.

“It’s enormous, how can you not come? What could you possibly be doing that day that is more important?

“Washing your hair? Baking Archie a caterpillar cake for his birthday party? Bl**dy hell!”

Buckingham Palace has not commented on Coronation invitations, but it is understood that some guests have receives save-the-date emails.

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A spokesperson for Harry and Meghan said: “I can confirm the Duke has recently received email correspondence from His Majesty’s office regarding the coronation.

“An immediate decision on whether the Duke and Duchess will attend will not be disclosed by us at this time.”

It comes as Vanessa has been announced as a judge for Pour Moi’s Uplifting Women Awards 2023.

With nominations now open, the awards will recognise the incredible achievements of women across the UK in five different categories.

The winners of each category will be announced in May and they will receive a £5,000 cash prize and £500 worth of Pour Moi vouchers.

Vanessa said she is “absolutely delighted and thrilled” to be judging the awards because “it is all about bigging up women”

Nominations for the Pour Moi Uplifting Women Awards are open until Wednesday, April 5. Find out more here.

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