Meghan Markle and Harry ‘to attend Brooklyn Beckham’s star-studded wedding’ days after snubbing Philip’s memorial


MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry could attend Brooklyn Beckham’s star-studded wedding – days after snubbing Prince Philip’s memorial, it’s claimed.

Speculation that the Sussexes will attend the bash next weekend is mounting after Spice Girl Mel B revealed Victoria and David Beckham will invite their own guests.

Meghan and Harry may attend Brooklyn Beckham’s wedding as the guests of David and Victoria – despite skipping Prince Philip’s memorial, it’s claimed
The Sussexes have been at the ‘top of the guest list’ since the summer of 2020, it’s reported

Brooklyn will marry actress Nicola Peltz, 27, on April 9 at her family’s oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida.

The destination is a short flight from Harry and Meghan’s mansion in exclusive Montecito.

Appearing on the Lorraine show, Mel B confirmed she’ll be attending along with her mother.

And David, 46, and Victoria, 47, are reportedly firm friends with Harry and Meghan – even attending their nuptials at Windsor Castle in May 2018.

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In February 2020, David spoke about his relationship with Harry, calling the royal “amazing”.

“We love him and he’s an amazing person – and that’s the most important thing – but I’m proud to see him growing up as an individual and being that person that every father wants to be,” he said.

HOAR revealed in July 2020 that the Sussexes will be at the top of the Beckhams’ guest list for the wedding.

But Harry is facing criticism after he skipped the Duke of Edinburgh’s memorial this week, making him the only senior royal to do so.

He blamed his absence on the ongoing row over police protection when he’s in the UK.

The duke is pursuing a legal challenge against the Home Office after being told he would no longer be given the “same degree of security” when visiting from the US.

Harry, who offered to pay for protection himself, says he longs to return to home with his family – but fears they’ll be at risk.

However, he will fly to the Netherlands in a fortnight for the Invictus Games.

Harry’s former biographer Angela Levin blasted his decision as “pathetic”.

She told HOAR: “He is such a changed person.

“It’s difficult to know if he will even regret not attending.

“The Harry I interviewed was caring and kind and instinctive.

“Nowadays, he’s so full of resentment.”

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She said the duke “doesn’t seem to have any broader range to care about things unless they are things impacting him and Meghan”.

“Many royals from abroad made the effort, yet Harry’s pathetic excuse is that he didn’t feel safe,” she said.

Meghan and Harry failed to return to the UK for the service this week amid a row over police protection

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