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‘Beyond bonkers’: Harry and Meghan may feel left out after being ‘uninvited’ from state reception, says pal

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The flip-flop above the reception desk at the palace could make the couple feel like “the bulk of the operation is against them,” the insider said

Speaking to the Sunday Times, as quoted by the Daily Mail, the unnamed insider said: “It’s beyond crazy when they’re not around. Everyone comes from all over the world to pay their respects to the Queen.” This comes after Harry was reportedly “heartbroken” that the Queen’s “ER” initials were removed from the shoulder of the uniform he wore for the vigil wore on September 18th. The source said: “He is heartbroken. Removing his grandmother’s initials feels very intentional,” according to the Daily Beast. “The flip flops over the uniform and the reception at Buckingham Palace might make him feel like the bulk of the operation is against you. It’s hard — no one likes to feel left out,” the source added.

LONDON, UK: After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were reportedly not invited to the Buckingham Palace reception hosted by King Charles and the Queen Consort, a friend of Harry and Meghan’s has now described the move as “beyond the craziest”. and said that this will make the Sussexes feel “left out”.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Found Out Through PRESS They Were ‘Uninvited’ From State Reception!

Who will attend?

“The confusion over whether or not the couple was invited stems from problems with communications between the Sussexes and the royal family,” Yahoo reported. According to Page Six, a spokesman for the royal said: “The invitation is for working members of the royal family only.” A source gave a glimpse of the outlet, saying, “Harry and Meghan actually received the invitation and nobody actually told them that.” they are not invited.” Another source claimed, “I was told that they only found out from reading press reports that they were not invited.”

As previously reported, it’s still unknown if Harry and Meghan were ever invited, although royal officials said they are unlikely to go.

The pre-funeral reception may not feature Prince Harry and his wife, but will host some of the world’s most notable names and dignitaries. Scores of heads of state are due to arrive in London ahead of the monarch’s royal funeral on Monday September 19, including US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron. Along with Prince William, Kate Middleton and the rest of the royal family, Meghan and Harry have been in the UK for some time to pay their respects to the late Queen.

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