The Sussexes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, may have declined Queen Elizabeth II's invitation to attend her platinum jubilee celebrations, media reports indicated on Wednesday.
It was also reported that the 95-year-old monarch invited the couple to join the senior Royalties at Buckingham Palace for the RAF after the Trooping the Colour celebrations on June 2.
Daily Telegraph asserted the importance of the Sussexes presence in the celebration, describing it as a "moment will be particularly poignant as it will likely mark the last big family balcony appearance of her reign."
On the other hand, GB News revealed that Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan Markle may have "snubbed" the invitation.
Although the couple's office reflected that no decision has been made regarding the invitation.
Last Thursday, the Sussexes have paid a visit to Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle for the first time since surrendering their Royal titles.
The office of the couple said that they visited the 95-year-old Monarch as part of their trip to the Netherlands to attend the Invictus Games as Prince Harry is the founder and the patron of the games.
Since renouncing their titles, both Harry and Meghan never had a joint trip to the UK until their yesterday’s trip, however, the Duke of Sussex had solo appearances at the kingdom for attending the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the ceremony of unveiling the statue of his late mother, the Princess of Wales Diana.