Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were met with boos and cheers as they attended the thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral, while Kim Kardashian denies being snubbed for tickets to the celebration.
Harry and Meghan booed, William and Kate cheered
At a thanksgiving service that is part of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, which celebrates her birthday and 70 years on the British throne, some members of the family did not receive a royal welcome.
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out of St. Paul’s Cathedral on Friday morning, the couple were booed as they left the church,” Fox reports.
There has been a strain within the monarchy ever since the couple made revelations about discord they had with the family during a March 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, People reported.
Adding to the hard feelings was the decision by Harry and Meghan to step back from senior royal duty and relocate with her family to California.
The Daily Mail reported on comments made by members of the crowd outside St. Paul’s who gave credit to the couple for attending the Thanksgiving and, by their presence, showing respect to the Queen.
William and Kate cheered
By contrast, Prince William and Kate Middleton were loudly cheered, with some noticing their reception was “the biggest of the day by some margin.”
Were Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson denied to attend the Jubilee?
Media outlets began reporting on Friday that Kim Kardashian was denied requests to attend the official VIP events to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, according to reports, the New York Post reported.
However, shortly after new reports emerged with spokespersons for Kardashian are now insisting the reality TV star “didn’t even ask to go.”
The Daily Mail ran a headline that read: “EXCLUSIVE: A snub for the Queen of celebrities: Buckingham Palace REJECTS Kim Kardashian’s pleas to attend the Platinum Jubilee official party after reality star flew to London with boyfriend Pete Davidson for the celebrations.”
The piece went on to say that “Buckingham Palace turned the U.S. couple down, as did publicists at the BBC, which will broadcast the show.” It added that the source told them “Kim is trying to acquire tickets by other means – and has even said she doesn’t mind if the tickets are ‘not VIP.'”
The couple was trying to get tickets to attend Trooping the Colour, a source told The Sun.
But a rep told Page Six that Kim was in London to support a “secret project” that Davidson is working on. The nature of the “Saturday Night Live” alum’s job status remains unclear.
Many on social media seemed to celebrate the idea that someone had finally told Kim Kardashian “NO” for something.