With only a few days left until King Charles’ birthday, more and more details are emerging about the Windsor family’s expected celebration on November 14th.
However, one of the most striking details is the possible attendance of Prince Harry, which could be interpreted as an attempt to improve the relationship with his family, although there are contradictions.
Initially, the British press, in particular the Sunday Times, reported that the Duke of Sussex had declined the invitation to attend his father’s birthday.
However, this version was denied by a spokesman for Harry, who assured that the prince never refused the invitation, since he was never invited to the celebration which, as every year, is kept in strict privacy.
Meghan and Harry at the birthday of King Charles
Now it has become known that Harry and Meghan are banned from the party. According to a publication of the British newspaper Express, in the celebration of next November 14 is totally forbidden to mention the name of the Sussexes, as revealed by a source close to the British monarch.
“Not only will the King hold a lavish reception at Clarence House on November 14, but he will also appear at a charity event at Highgrove the day before,” the source reveals.
“It has been made very clear that discussions about Sussex are firmly off the table at both events.”
The source adds that palace staff now refer to the Sussexes as “the unmentionables.