Beckham is accused of ‘preferring Harry and Meghan to Kate and William’. “Is it a snub?” † Royal | News

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Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, were set to attend Brooklyn Beckham’s wedding in Palm Beach this weekend as guests of David and Victoria. But Australian presenter Sylvia Jeffreys and David Campbell wondered whether the Beckham’s Kate and William “bounced” from the event after pointing out their relationship with the couple. Victoria and David have attended both Cambridge and Sussex weddings.

9Honey’s royal correspondent Natalie Oliveri said: “This is taking place in Palm Beach, Florida. Brooklyn Beckham is marrying his fiancée Nicola Peltz and Harry and Meghan are expected to be among the celebrity-filled guests there.

“They are said to be guests of David and Victoria as Harry and Meghan have known the couple for quite some time, but look, this is provoking a lot of criticism as Harry failed to make his grandfather’s memorial in London last week.

“It’s different though and Meghan has been wearing Victoria’s clothes for many years so there’s a pretty close friendship there.”

Today, Extra presenter Ms Jeffreys added: “I find this interesting though, because William and Kate are also in a relationship with the Beckhams, so that would be considered a rejection if they weren’t invited and Harry and Meghan are.”

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Ms Oliveri continued: “We’re not sure if Harry and Meghan will even be there, but those are the rumours.

“As you say, Sylvia, the Beckhams were at the Cambridge wedding.”

Ms. Jeffreys commented, “It’s stupid! I think they picked a side and picked it.”

It comes as American commentator Lee Cohen claimed the Duchess of Sussex would “never” have achieved fame if she hadn’t married Harry.

The royal couple have since struck lucrative multimillion-pound deals with Netflix and Spotify after stepping down as senior members of the royal family.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been criticized for “raising concerns” to Spotify about misinformation about Covid-19 by a British author.

Douglas Murray told Sky News Australia: “As for the most representative on the pulse of the world pair, I’m thinking the Sussexes.

“It’s absolutely crucial that we get the Duke and Duchess for something. I’m a big fan of the Royal Family, I’m not a fan of these former members. What they think they can contribute I don’t know.”

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