Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been "uninvited" from attending King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla's reception at Buckingham Palace on Sunday, Sept. 18.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex won't dine with the royal family and world leaders on the eve of Queen Elizabeth's state funeral on Monday, Sept. 19.
According to Metro News, the reception will be attended by foreign royals and world leaders, including US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, and Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska.
"It is thought to be one of the greatest gatherings of dignitaries and heads of state in the post-war era," Metro News reported.
Insiders say tensions linger because Harry and Meghan embarrassed Queen Elizabeth while she was alive.
The British blame Meghan for urging Harry to abandon his royal responsibilities and move to the US.
However, sources tell Newsweek that Harry and Meghan's invitation was a "genuine error" and that only "working members of the royal family" are allowed to attend the reception.
Queen Elizabeth stripped Harry and Meghan of their coveted HRH titles after they moved to the US.
Harry and Meghan's kids still won't receive the HRH titles now that the Queen has passed.
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King Charles agreed to bestow the titles of "prince" and "princess" on his grandkids Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, but the King refuses to allow them to be known as "His Royal Highness" and "her Royal Highness" since the young foreigners are not working royals.
Meghan had hoped to unify the royal family after the Queen's death on Sept. 8, but tensions still linger because she bad-mouthed the Queen on multiple occasions.