In a series of events that have attracted public attention, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been implicated in alleged humiliation at the hands of the British royal house. However, the truth seems to be much more complex than it seems.
Rumors began to spread when it was reported that the king's youngest son, Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan Markle were snubbed by the royal household, suggesting they were not invited to the monarch's birthday. However, Prince Harry's spokesman denied the claims, saying there was no invitation to the event and that the story was completely false.
What Prince Harry's spokesman said
“There was no contact regarding an invitation to Her Majesty's birthday. "It is disappointing that the Sunday Times incorrectly reported this story," a spokesman for Prince Harry said.
According to the source, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not receive any invitations and did not learn about the party until it appeared in the media. However, it appears that the Duke of Sussex intends to send birthday wishes privately, as he always does.
Why could this be a fictional story?
A close friend of the royal couple also suggested that the story was fabricated to distract the public from King Charles III's visit to Kenya, where the monarch received calls apologizing for the country's colonial past. However, royal and government sources confirmed that the trip was a success and relations between the two parties involved were developing positively.
It is important to note that King Charles III has two birthdays every year. He celebrates his birthday on November 14, and in the summer there is the Picking of the Colour, a traditional event where members of the royal family take center stage.