Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly not going to the UK to celebrate the life of Princess Diana.
The event has been postponed to the end of this month due to the coronavirus.
But Harry and Meghan won’t be among the 100 guests that include his brother Prince William and stars like Elton John.
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A Sussexes spokesman confirmed the couple will not be flying back from their California home for the party, reports The telegraph.
It comes after Harry flew back to reveal his late mother’s statue.
The Duke of Sussex had been posing with his brother William when she was the
Meghan wasn’t with him on this trip as she had just given birth to their couple’s second child, Lilibet.
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It was always thought that Harry would return to the party in honor of his mother.
Prince Harry was reportedly close to tears after a snub to the royal family recently.
The Duke of Sussex is said to have been incredibly upset about a snub against himself and his wife.
Harry, 37 years old, was at Westminster Abbey with Meghan Markle, his wife, in one of their final royal duties.
The couple joined family members in a Commonwealth Day service at the city landmark.