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Royal Family LIVE: Meghan and Harry ‘SNUBBED’ as Cambridges turned down Beckham invite

Meghan and Harry: Insider on if they’ll be at Beckham wedding

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Brooklyn Beckham, 23, married billionaire heiress Nicola Peltz, 27, in a lavish ceremony at her family’s £76 million home in Florida on Saturday. According to reports Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William turned down their invitation whilst Meghan and Harry were not invited at all.

William and Kate were reported to be the ultimate choice of the Beckhams, opting for the Cambridges over the Sussexes in a tough choice between the royal couples.

The Beckhams opted for William and Kate because in terms of friendship, “they are the people David and Victoria are attached to”, a source claimed.

An insider told The Mirror: “David and Victoria wrote to William and Kate inviting them and the family to their son’s wedding, and William replied wishing them a great deal of joy but they are unable to attend.”

The source said security arrangements figured into the Cambridges turning down the invitation.

They added: “David’s attachment and history go back with William and Kate and they have a very strong relationship and they were their choice of wedding guests.”

They continued: “They are the people David and Victoria are attached to and it’s always been about them because they’ve had a long history together.”

And in a snub to the Sussexes, the source added: “It was always about them, it was never about Meghan and Harry.”


‘She’s not going to denounce her son’ Royal expert wades in on Queen and Prince Andrew row

The Queen is “clearly not prepared to denounce” Prince Andrew after the Prince accompanied the monarch to Prince Philip’s memorial service, a royal commentator has claimed.

The Service of Thanksgiving on March 29 saw Prince Andrew escort the Queen through a separate entrance to Westminster Abbey, as the monarch held onto his arm and a walking stick.

It was the first large-scale public event the monarch, 95, has attended outside of palace walls since last October.

Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter wrote in a column for Australian lifestyle site 9Honey: “[The Queen] unleashed a wave of fury when she arrived on Prince Andrew’s arm for the Service of Thanksgiving in honour of Prince Philip.

“Fuelled in part by a band of online trolls unwilling to allow her one iota of relief, her actions arguably elicited worldwide scorn and the condemnation that followed was loud and extreme.”

She added: “Short of breathing, she’s quite rightly stripped him of almost every royal privilege known to princely men, but she’s clearly not prepared to denounce him as her son.”

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