Is Meghan Markle "furious" with Prince Harry for inviting his ex girlfriend Cressida Bonas to their wedding? That's the latest claim coming from one of this week's tabloids, but Gossip Cop can set the record straight. We're told it's "rubbish."
According to the National Enquirer, Prince Harry "sparked a nasty spat" with his bride-to-be after he invited his "former lover" to their wedding at Windsor Castle in May. A so-called "source" is quoted as telling the supermarket tabloid, "Meghan was blindsided by Harry's invitation. She's new to royal life and is feeling her way, trying to do everything right. But facing a showdown at her own wedding with Harry's former flame is just too much!"
The outlet's questionable "insider" goes on to purport, "Meghan's really open-minded, she has an ex, too. But when Harry invited Cressida to the wedding without telling her, Meghan's radar went up! She can't help being suspicious." And in an effort to lend credence to its article, the Enquirer further alleges that the former "Suits" actress has "laid out some ground rules," including "no talking to Cressida at their wedding ceremony or the reception, except for a brief hello, and absolutely no hugging or kissing."
Continues the magazine's supposed tipster, "Meghan made it clear Harry has to follow [the ground rules] if he wants the wedding to go ahead," before adding, "Harry agreed. He's finally found the woman of his dreams, and he wants nothing, and no one, to come between them." But Gossip Cop investigated the seemingly manufactured article, and a royal source tells us on background the report is complete "rubbish."
Even though Prince Harry and Bonas were spotted singing carols together at the Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund concert in December, the story about Bonas being invited to the royal wedding is entirely made-up. As Gossip Cop has reported in the past, the official wedding guest list for Prince Harry and Markle's big day is yet to be released, and we're certain that the Enquirer has no idea who's made the cut. Additionally and most crucially, Prince Harry and Markle's wedding invitations haven't even been sent out yet. The tall tale is nothing more than a fabrication.
Of course, given the tabloid's long history of publishing bogus royal stories, we're not remotely surprised by the publication's newest claim. Remember, Gossip Cop recently busted the often discredited magazine when it falsely alleged Prince Charles was meddling in Prince Harry and Markle's wedding plans. That wasn't true, and the same goes for this latest piece of fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.