After stepping down from royal duties, Prince Harry embarked on a series of actions that have sparked his royal rift with his family.
The Duke of Sussex bowed out last year in March and has been involved in a series of bombshell interviews about his time as senior royal. Recently, news of Prince Harry`s tell-all memoir to be released in late 2022 further shredded chances of reconciliation with the royal family.
In an effort to stop Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from ‘overshadowing’ the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next year, the couple might be unwelcome at the event.
According to reports, Royal aides are “considering” to uninvite the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from the event.
In a statement, GB News presenter Dan Wootton said: “I’m heartened to see the Royal Family fighting back against Prince Harry after his crass decision to attempt to overshadow the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next year with the publication of a bombshell autobiography.
“Officials are considering ways to uninvite the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from the official celebrations for the Queen so they don’t end up overshadowing the event.
“That makes a lot of sense to me.
“If this fame-hungry and selfish couple are going to continue to make life for the grieving Queen so difficult in her twilight years then the red carpet should no longer be rolled out for them for official events.”
Despite worsening relations between Prince Harry and the royal family, the tell-all book would highly likely be a huge hit in terms of sales.