Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are likely to join King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla in procession as they leave the Abbey after the service, The Times reported.
All three children are to accompany their parents processing out of the Abbey and join them in a carriage behind the King and Queen as they return to Buckingham Palace in the Gold State Coach, The newspaper, citing documents, said.
But despite the documents, i understands the Prince and Princess of Wales are still thinking about and working through possibilities about the children attending, which could be subject to change nearer to the time – particularly in regards to Louis.
On the date of the coronation, Prince George – who is second in line to the throne – will be nine, Princess Charlotte will be eight and Prince Louis five.
George and Charlotte attended Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September last year, but Louis, who was four did not, as it was thought he was too young.
The Times also reported that Harry and Meghan’s children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, have not yet been invited to the coronation, which clashes with Archie’s fourth birthday. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are yet to say whether they will attend the event, are not included in plans for the procession – neither is Prince Andrew.
The procession is expected to be confined to working members of the royal family, including the King’s youngest brother Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, who are the new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, as well as the monarch’s sister Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence. Cousins of the King including the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra, will also take part.
The coronation is likely to be significantly scaled back from Queen Elizabeth’s in 1953, with significantly fewer guests and with the carriage procession route likely to be shorter.
In the ceremony, The King will be crowned alongside the Queen Consort, and will be anointed with holy oil, receive the orb, coronation ring and sceptre, and be crowned with St Edward’s Crown.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson declined to comment.