American president Donald Trump and his predecessor Barack Obama will not attend the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19 as the couple have decided not to invite world leaders in their official capacities, United States media reported today.
Prince Harry and his American fiancée Meghan Markle are inviting a slew of ordinary do-gooders to their May 19 wedding - but no political leaders: The invitations are not in the mail for Prime Minister Theresa May or President Trump, and former President Obama won't be there either.
Clearly, this is the case, as Markle is slated to Wednesday her British prince on May 19.
Unlike William, Harry is not likely one day to occupy the throne. Prince Harry and Michelle have bonded over recent years through their work on behalf of veterans. Barack and Harry have enjoyed quite the bromance over the years, with Harry interviewing the former POTUS back in December in an intimate chat.
Photo Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaking with Prime Minister Julia Gillard of Australia at Buckingham Palace after her wedding to Britain's Prince William at Westminster Abbey in London on April, 29, 2011.
ITK has learned that all guests attending the big event will have a pre-existing relationship with the couple, rather than be there due to their title or position.
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Wednesday at St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle in May, President Donald Trump won't be in attendance.
After the service, the married couple will undertake a carriage procession out of St. George's Chapel as a result of Windsor city and after that come back to Windsor Castle.
Philip Gillespie told the Daily Mail it was "a wee bit surreal" to be invited to the wedding.
Not less than 500 members of The Royal Household are expected at the ceremony.
Harry and Meghan have selected a more intimate group of people.