Why the Obamas can't attend Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding

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Kensington Palace named Anomneze among the guests expected to share the best moments with Harry and Meghan at St George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, venue of the church wedding.

Eish, family drama, guys.

"Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have said they want their Wedding Day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too", a statement read.

Samantha, who lives in Florida, hit out at Meghan and Harry on Twitter, according to reports from the UK.

Sadly, this means that Barack and Michelle Obama won't be at the royal wedding, despite speculation that Prince Harry would invite them. Out of respect, tradition, and humanitarianism, the #Markles should be invited if 2000 complete strangers are invited. Our issue is not a matter of closeness.

Meghan's mum Doria, who joined the couple at the Invictus Games a year ago, is expected to attend.

Markle will be the first person of mixed race heritage and the second American to marry into the British royal family which has attracted a lot of global attention and debate.

"No one has one yet".

Prince Harry and Ms Markle's wedding will therefore take place before 600 guests who have been invited because they are family or friends.

"Well, everyone is making arrangements and it's hard to organise everything as you can imagine". The couple have also announced that guests should consider donations in place of wedding gifts, with Myna Mahila Foundation, an organisation that works with women in Mumbai's slums to provide them with employment opportunities, among the handful of charities chosen for the goal.

Meghan no longer needs to stay in hotels or apartments in London, as she moved into Prince Harry's two bedroom home, Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace at the end of November. She then Tweeted, that her sister has "a large family who were always there with her and for her". "Excited!" wrote Grant, who uses a wheelchair after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. "I was dealing with, at the same time, progressing disability".

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