Trump reveals if he was invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's May wedding





With another huge royal wedding taking place in May, everyone is wondering who will make the guest list for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptial extravaganza.

Though it hasn't been confirmed, it's been speculated former President Barack Obama and Michelle will swing an invite due to their 'close' relationship with the groom.

But what about the current POTUS and his family? When asked about the upcoming celebration in an interview with Piers Morgan in Davos, Switzerland, Trump affirmed he's "not aware" of any royal invite.

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"I want them to be happy, I really want them to be happy. They look like a lovely couple," he explained. Morgan then brought up Meghan's "misogynist" comments on Trump, which the president quickly dodged. "Well, I still hope they're happy," he returned, affirming his late mother's love for the British royals.

"She had a love for the Queen. She had a love for the Royal family. She really respected the Queen, and she loved the pomp and ceremony. The fact is, she loved the U.K," POTUS explained.

It seems neither half of the newly-engaged couple is a fan of President Trump. "Harry thinks the president is a serious threat to human rights," an insider once revealed. And Meghan once even threatened to move to Canada if he was elected.

However, Brides reveals that the couple "has yet" to send out their invitations to guests, but we do have some ideas as to who will RSVP yes.

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