MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have been warned not to attend King Charles’ coronation as they’ll be booed by the public.
Top politicians say the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should stay away when Charles is crowned at Westminister Abbey on May 6.
It comes after the couple released the first volume of their Netflix docu-series – and launched a wave of astonishing attacks at the firm.
The Queen was mocked and Britain and royals branded racist in the show.
In a terrible slight on his father, the Duke of Sussex claimed he was “literally brought up by a group of friends in Africa”.
In one scene mocking Meghan exaggerates a curtsy to poke fun at the royals — and compares their traditions to a tacky US medieval restaurant chain.
Now former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith has slammed the pair – and believes they don’t deserve an invite to Charles’ coronation.
He told The Mail on Sunday: “If they dislike the Royal Family so much why would they attend the Coronation?’
Meanwhile fellow Tory vet David Mellor 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.”
He also suggested that people “would be perfectly entitled to boo if the couple did turn up.”
It follows reports that Harry has “absolutely no regrets” over the contents of his show.
A source close to The Prince says he wants Prince William and King Charles to see the show to understand what he and Meghan went through.
They told The Mirror: “Harry is delighted with the narrative of the documentary and how he and Meghan came across.
“The reason for doing this was to share their truth on their lives.
“He feels it told the story he wanted the world to hear and has absolutely no regrets.”
Yesterday Netflix dropped a new trailer for the second volume of the show which will be released on December 15.
The clip sees the duke and duchess reminiscing about their star-studded wedding reception – and their first dance.
Photos show Harry spinning his wife around as celebs like Elton John watch on.
Prince William is understood to feel “betrayed” after his brother allowed deeply personal attacks on both him and wife Kate to be aired.
Senior sources say there is no way back for the couple, who have an £88million deal with Netflix.