After only scoring an invite to one of two royal receptions held by Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan Markle, 36, following their wedding tomorrow, Fergie has once again been snubbed by her ex in-laws in a new video.
On Thursday, the royal family’s official Instagram account shared a video of previous royal brides dating all the way back to Queen Victoria, and one person was glaringly absent – you guessed it, Fergie.
Even Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia made the cut, and she’s not even British.
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At first, people speculated that Fergie’s absence from the round up came down to the simple fact that she divorced Prince Andrew, but that doesn’t explain why Princess Diana – who divorced Prince Charles – got a shout out.
“I hate to be a trouble maker, but if you include Diana, you should include Fergie,” commented one person.
It’s hardly a secret the royal family has a rather difficult relationship with Fergie, 58, even though she’s managed to maintain a solid friendship with her ex-husband.
She wasn’t even invited to William and Kate’s 2011 wedding, but insiders say Harry “insisted” on her being at his wedding, as previously reported by Mamamia.
This wedding is shaping up to be a popcorn event.
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