The possibility of receiving an invite to Prince William’s 40th birthday bash could create “friction” between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a royal expert has claimed.
The Duke of Cambridge celebrated his 40th birthday on June 21, only a couple of weeks after Harry and Meghan had returned to the US following a flying visit to the UK for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations.
And, with birthday celebrations a time for gathering family and friends, it has been reported that Kate is “very keen” to invite Harry back for a party to mark her husband’s birthday.
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Now, royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that the Duke of Sussex’s potential attendance at a gathering could create a storm.
“That big party, which we believe will be held at Windsor Castle, could create a few problems,” he told viewers of his YouTube channel.
“It does appear that there’s a bit of shall we say friction between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle according to a very good source, and as ever we have to say allegedly.”
The royal commentator suggested that Harry would be keen to return for a celebration, despite rumours of a royal rift between the pair following Harry’s controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey.
However, with two young children to take care of in California, Neil claimed that Meghan might not be so keen to head abroad so soon after the Jubilee trip.
“But according to that good source, Meghan Markle is not keen at all to go back into a room, some might say a hornet’s nest of which she did her own stirring, to spend an evening, afternoon, day, whatever that might be celebrating someone who clearly has got issues with her and likewise vice versa,” he continued.
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“Prince Harry of course now 18 months, two years down the line is probably looking back at his life and thinking to himself, ‘this is something I truly do want to celebrate, he is my brother’, and they were good and close."
Neil acknowledged that formal invitations have yet to be issued, but suggested that if both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are invited, Harry could be forced to decide whether to attend alone.
Daily Star has contacted representatives for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for comment.
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