Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry on May 19, and while there will be roughly 600 guests attending the ceremony, former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama will reportedly not be among them.
In fact, no political leaders will be there, as none have been invited. Not even British Prime Minister Theresa May, notes the Daily Mail.
“Sources say that as Prince Harry is not a direct heir to the throne there is no need to have such a formal guest list,” according to the media outlet.
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That decision solves what was shaping up to be a potentially sticky situation.
Prince Harry had indicated that he’d like the Obamas, with whom he has a strong relationship, to attend his wedding. That raised questions about whether President Trump, who has yet to visit the U.K. or meet the Queen, would be invited as well and how he would react if he did not make the guest list.
With that matter out of the way, the world is now free to devote its full attention to other important wedding-related matters.
Details about Ms. Markle’s dress have not been disclosed, but it has been revealed that the cake will be organic lemon and elderflower, and the bouquets will feature roses, peonies, and foxgloves, notes the BBC.