Speculation is mounting that next month’s royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be called off after the actress snubbed a royal Christian tradition.
The U.K. Express reported that Meghan was not present for the British royal family’s annual Easter trip to church. Sources say that Meghan decided not to attend church on Easter because she instead wanted to work on planning her own wedding, showing once again that her main priority is herself.
The source said that Meghan spent Easter planning her wedding with her mother.
“Meghan is keen to include her mom as much as possible in the wedding plans,” the source said. “Spending time with her was the perfect chance to bring her up to speed on all the wedding details. Meghan wants her mom to experience all of this with her. It’s such an exciting time for her and Harry.”
Meghan has already made it clear that royal traditions mean nothing to her. She recently violated protocol by inviting Barack and Michelle Obama to her wedding despite being told not to. A royal source said that Harry and Markle “want to do things their own way,” despite aides advising them to hold back on the invite.
“The invitations are going out now, but Mr and Mrs Obama still have to respond,” a royal source said. “I am very, very sure they will attend though. Harry and Meghan want to do things their own way. They are inviting their own friends, and not on the advice of aides.”
Meghan has also made no secret of the fact that she despises President Donald Trump, violating the British royal family’s tradition of staying politically neutral. A 2016 interview recently surfaced in which Meghan bashed then-presidential candidate Trump. When Meghan was asked how then-presidential candidate Trump’s momentum could be slowed down, she held nothing back with her response.
“It’s really the moment that I go, we film Suits in Toronto and I might just stay in Canada,” Meghan replied. “I mean come on, if that’s reality we are talking about, come on, that is a game changer in terms of how we move in the world here.”
“Yes of course Trump is divisive. Think about just female voters alone,” she continued. “I think it was in 2012, the Republican Party lost the female vote by 12 points. That’s a huge number and with as misogynistic as Trump is and so vocal about it, that’s a huge chunk of it. You’re not just voting for a woman if it’s Hillary because she’s a woman, but certainly because Trump has made it easy to see that you don’t really want that kind of world that he’s painting.”