Trump reveals if he was invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's May wedding

With another huge royal wedding taking place in May, everyone is wondering who will make the guest list for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptial extravaganza.

Though it hasn't been confirmed, it's been speculated former President Barack Obama and Michelle will swing an invite due to their 'close' relationship with the groom.

But what about the current POTUS and his family? When asked about the upcoming celebration in an interview with Piers Morgan in Davos, Switzerland, Trump affirmed he's "not aware" of any royal invite. 

RELATED: Royal wedding traditions 

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MARKLE WILL PROBABLY WEAR A TIARA

Most royal brides have a worn a tiara for their big day (Kate's was a Cartier Halo tiara from the queen's collection).

THEY’LL DEFINITELY TAKE A CARRIAGE

No princess fairy tale is complete without a horse-drawn carriage. But seriously, the royal couple rides in the State Landau, a 1902 gilded open carriage, on the way to their reception.

THE WEDDING WILL PROBABLY BE DURING THE DAY

Because, ya know, it's less formal... 

THERE WILL BE TWO WEDDING RECEPTIONS

Since most British weddings take place in the morning, there's usually a breakfast or lunch reception. In recent years, the royals have also had a dinnertime reception in order to spend more time with guests (and bust a move on the dance floor, of course). 

THE ROYAL WEDDING CAKE WILL BE MASSIVE

Kate and William's was eight tiers tall and contained sugar flowers and the couple's monogram. Princess Diana and Prince Charles had a five-foot-tall cake with the family coat of arms.

PRINCE GEORGE AND PRINCESS CHARLOTTE WILL DEFINITELY PLAY A PART

Almost all royal weddings have had children in the wedding party, so we're sure Harry's beloved niece and nephew (and maybe the new royal baby?) will be involved. 

MARKLE’S BOUQUET WILL HAVE MAJOR SIGNIFICANCE

Myrtle, a flower meaning good luck in love, has been in every royal bouquet since Queen Victoria. 

THEIR CEREMONY WILL PROBABLY BE IN A HISTORIC CHURCH

Kate and William were married in Westminster, while Charles and Diana got married in St. Paul's Cathedral. 

HER DRESS WILL BE EPIC

We mean, when has a royal wedding not featured the most drool-worthy train ever? K. Middy's was nine feet long, and Diana's was a whopping 20-footer. Here's hoping Markle goes all out for her fairy-tale gown.

RELATED: PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE’S OFFICIAL MEET-CUTE STORY

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"I want them to be happy, I really want them to be happy. They look like a lovely couple," he explained. Morgan then brought up Meghan's "misogynist" comments on Trump, which the president quickly dodged. "Well, I still hope they're happy," he returned, affirming his late mother's love for the British royals.

"She had a love for the Queen. She had a love for the Royal family. She really respected the Queen, and she loved the pomp and ceremony. The fact is, she loved the U.K,” POTUS explained

It seems neither half of the newly-engaged couple is a fan of President Trump. "Harry thinks the president is a serious threat to human rights," an insider once revealed. And Meghan once even threatened to move to Canada if he was elected. 

However, Brides reveals that the couple "has yet" to send out their invitations to guests, but we do have some ideas as to who will RSVP yes

RELATED: Inside the queen's 1947 wedding ceremony:

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Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II with her husband Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, after their marriage, 1947. (Photo by © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)
Princess Elizabeth marries Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten in Westminster Abbey, 20th November 1947. The bride's father, King George VI, is on the left and Geoffrey Fisher, the Archbishop of Canterbury is presiding. (Photo by Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) marries the Duke of Edinburgh 20 November 1947 The wedding day picture of the happy couple Royal Wedding of Princess Elizabeth to Philip Mountbatten on 20th November 1947.
Princess Elizabeth and her husband Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh at Buckinham Palace after their marriage at Westminster Abbey, 1947. (Photo by � Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)
(Original Caption) London: Man And Wife. Eyes shining as she walks up the aisle of Westminster Abbey with her handsome, blond Prince, princess Elizabeth radiates happiness, moments after her marriage to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Her jeweled wedding gown and the beautiful bride bouquet of orchids can be seen in fine detail in this, the first unposed portrait of the married pair.
Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Elizabeth marries Prince Philip 20 November 1947 Elizabeth arrives at Westminster Abbey with her father King George VI Royal Wedding of Princess Elizabeth to Philip Mountbatten on 20th November 1947. (Photo by NCJ Archive/Mirrorpix/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 1947: Princess Elizabeth & Prince Philip (front row center) posing with other family members as well as members of European nobility after their wedding. (Photo by British Combine/British Combine/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Florist Martin Longman, of Fenchurch Street, who has been appointed to make Princess Elizabeth's bouquet for her wedding to Prince Philip, at work with his assistants Mary Nelson and Constance Fears, 5th November 1947. He is keeping the design a secret until the day of the wedding. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone/Getty Images)
14th November 1947: The official wedding cake for HRH Princess Elizabeth's wedding. It is intricately decorated with armorial bearings of the Princess and Lieutenant Mountbatten and depicts scenes from their lives on the bottom two tiers. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
14th November 1947: Mr Schur, chief confectioner at McVitie and Price, putting the final touches to the wedding cake of Princess Elizabeth and The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The cake has four tiers and is nine feet high. (Photo by J. A. Hampton/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
Photograph of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on their wedding day. Dated 20th Century. (Photo by Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images)
Photograph of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on their wedding day. Dated 20th Century. (Photo by Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images)
Photograph of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on their wedding day. Dated 20th Century. (Photo by Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images)
20th November 1947: Princess Elizabeth, and The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace after their wedding. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
20th November 1947: Princess Elizabeth leaving Westminster Abbey, after her wedding to The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
20th November 1947: Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, London, after their wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
20th November 1947: Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London, waving to the crowd shortly after their wedding at Westminster Abbey. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 20: November 20, 1947: Princess ELIZABETH and the Duke of Edinburgh after the wedding ceremony. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 20: Wedding Of Princess Elizabeth And Duke Of Edinburgh. On November 20Th, 1947 (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 20: Wedding Of Princess Elizabeth And Duke Of Edinburgh. The Royal Family At The Balcony Of Bucking (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Elizabeth marries Prince Philip 20 November 1947 Elizabeth arrives at Westminster Abbey with her father King George VI Royal Wedding of Princess Elizabeth to Philip Mountbatten on 20th November 1947. (Photo by NCJ Archive/Mirrorpix/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)
Princess Margaret Wedding 6th May 1960. The Royal Family and bridal group wave goodbye as the bridal couple leave Buckingham Palace to board the Royal Yacht Britannia at Tower Pier for their honeymoon (Photo by Daily Mirror/Mirrorpix/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)
20th November 1947: The royal group on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after returning from the wedding ceremony between Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey. (left to right) Princess Margaret (1930 - 2002), Margaret Elphinstone, Diana Bowes-Lyon, Lady Caroline Montague Douglas-Scott, Lady Elizabeth Lambert, the Marquis of Milford-Haven, Prince William, the bride and groom, Lady Mary Cambridge and Lady Pamela Mountbatten. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
Princess Elizabeth and Lt Philip Mountbatten with close relatives and bridesmaids in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace immediately ater the wedding ceremony. In the front row are (L-R) Queen Mary (the King's Mother) Princess Andrew of Greece (Duke of Edinburgh's mother) the late Prince William of Gloucester with the fellow pageboy Prince Micheal of Kent , King George VI and the Queen Mother. Back row; The bridesmaids are left to right: The Hon. Margaret Elphinstone, The Hon. Pamela Mountbatten, Lady Mary Cambridge, HRH Princess Alexandra of Kent, HRH The Princess Margaret, Lady Caroline Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Lady Elizabeth Lambart and The Hon. Diana Bowes-Lyon. (Photo by PA Images via Getty Images)
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