Prince Harry simply “doesn’t care” about not being invited to his dad King Charles’ birthday celebration, in response to a royal expert.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly didn’t make it on to the guest list for His Majesty’s upcoming seventy fifth birthday gathering at Clarence House on November 14.
But in response to Buckingham Palace expert and commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, Harry won’t be losing sleep over the apparent snub.
“I actually don’t think Harry cares about not being invited to his father’s seventy fifth. The rift runs deep,” Fitzwilliams told the Day by day Express.
“The Sussexes reportedly still want an apology from the royal family,” he continued.
“What the longer term holds is uncertain. It just isn’t a nice prospect for King Charles to take care of.”
Fitzwilliams said it could “take years” for Harry and the royals to reconcile, hinting that the Firm now not trusts the Sussexes and their intentions.
“Who would trust Harry and Meghan, especially after their timing releasing the news about not hearing anything about an invitation to King Charles’ seventy fifth birthday celebrations hours before the King’s first speech opening Parliament as Monarch,” he added.
Fitzwilliams this week slammed the couple over their “inappropriate timing” in speaking out concerning the monarch’s upcoming birthday on the identical day he made the primary King’s Speech in over 70 years.
All eyes were on Charles as he journeyed from Buckingham Palace to Parliament for his first address to the UK government as sovereign.
However the highlight didn’t stay on Charles for long, as 5,459 miles away in California the Sussexes spoke out about his upcoming seventy fifth birthday celebration, saying there’s been “no contact” from the royals concerning the fête.
“In response to UK media headlines, there was no contact regarding an invite to his majesty’s upcoming birthday,” Ashley Hansen told The Post. “It’s disappointing the Sunday Times has misreported this story.”
The King’s close family and friends will attend – including Prince William, 41, Kate Middleton, 41, and Queen Camilla, 76 – but Harry and Meghan will probably be no-shows on the November 14 bash.
The Post has reached out to reps for the Sussexes for comment.