Pippa Middleton: That's why she didn't want Meghan Markle at her wedding

Meghan Markle, 38, apparently received no invitation to the wedding of Pippa Middleton, 36, and James Matthews, 44, on May 20, 2017, at St. Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire, England. Only afterwards did she pick up Prince Harry, 35, in London, an hour and a half away, in order to wait with her at the reception of the newlyweds. Rumor has it that it could have been a rather frosty meeting of the couple, who were just recently in love, with the bride.

Pippa Middleton: She is with Sister Catherine

Fraternal solidarity is called Pippa's alleged rejection of her sister-in-law's friend Catherine, 38, and if you believe the reports from "Sun" in December 2018, Mrs. Matthews was reluctant to invite the actress. This suggests that there may have been tension between her and Prince Williams, 37, wife, before Meghan's wedding to Harry in May 2018.

"Meghan faced opposition from the Middleton family who refused to invite her to Pippa's wedding last May," wrote journalist Emily Andrews at the time.

It wasn't until summer 2016 that the romance between Harry and Meghan began. The fact that Pippa Middleton appears to be forced to add the American to her guest list a few months later speaks for a connection that must have become serious by now.

Harry's willingness to pick up his girlfriend in London speaks volumes. "(He) went as discreetly as possible and traveled all the way back with her to show how serious he was with her," a source told The Sun. "He didn't want Meghan alone without him arrives at the reception. "

Harmony on the edge of the match field

In the summer of 2019, however, the alleged suspicion between the Duchess of Sussex, her sister-in-law and her sister appears to have been resolved. The women smile placidly from the ranks of the famous tennis tournament in Wimbledon. Body language expert Judi James finds a sign of unity. Meghan placed between the two sisters should have conveyed that she was now an integral part of the royal family and its environment.

The "Fab Four" go their separate ways

Today such images of harmony are to be found in vain. The "Fab Four" – William, Kate, Harry and Meghan – seem to be an illusion of the early days in this promising constellation of the young generation in the royal family. At the service on the occasion of the Commonwealth Day last Monday (March 9th) we only see Harry and Meghan in the stands. You sit behind the future heir to the throne and his wife, the greeting is scarce.

The two couples will soon separate thousands of kilometers and also worlds. Some continue to serve the Queen and the British people, others want to live a more private, everyday life. The paths have separated, but perhaps the hearts will soon grow closer again due to the great separation.

Sources used: Sun, express

This article originally appeared on Gala.de.