The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were “not invited” to a state reception for world leaders and foreign royals tomorrow night, it was reported last night.
The couple are believed to have received an invitation to the event hosted by King Charles and the Queen Consort earlier in the week.
But Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are unlikely to attend now after officials at Buckingham Palace insisted the reception was understood to be for working royals only.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (pictured with Prince William, Prince of Wales, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Catherine, Princess of Wales) were “uninvited” to a state reception for heads of state and foreign royals tomorrow night, it was reported last night
US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are among the heads of state who will arrive in London this weekend to attend Monday’s funeral for Queen Elizabeth.
Heads of state, ambassadors and foreign royalty will attend a reception at the Palace, where they will also be greeted by the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Princess Royal and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.
The confusion over Harry and Meghan’s invitation points to problems with communications between the California-based couple and the royal family, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The couple (pictured last Saturday) are believed to have received an invitation to the event hosted by King Charles and the Queen Consort earlier in the week. However, Harry and Meghan are unlikely to attend after Buckingham Palace officials insisted the reception is for working royals only
What follows is an apparent reversal of Harry’s right to wear a military uniform despite being a non-working king.
It is understood the Palace intervened to allow Harry to wear his regalia to a 15-minute vigil at Westminster Hall today.
Harry had previously said that he would wear a morning suit to all funerals.
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