“Harry and Meghan were ‘unwelcome’ at the star-studded BAFTA Tea Party in Los Angeles,” sources claim
“Harry and Meghan were ‘unwelcome’ at the star-studded BAFTA Tea Party in Los Angeles as London executives decided it was going to be a PR disaster following the aftermath of Spare,” sources claim
- They didn’t attend the biggest British showbiz night in Hollywood on Saturday
- Bafta insiders claimed executives decided inviting her was a “terrible idea.”
- This comes after Harry’s all-encompassing memoir, Spare, was published last week
- The glitzy pre-awards event attracted stars like Cate Blanchett and Kate Hudson
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “were not welcome” and were “snubbed” by LA’s Bafta Tea Party after London executives decided it would be a PR disaster, sources have claimed.
The couple didn’t make the guest list for Saturday’s British showbiz night in Hollywood following the episodes of Harry’s all-encompassing memoir Spare, according to the Sun.
A Bafta insider claimed London executives are opposed to the idea of inviting the Sussexes, saying it was a “terrible idea”.
The Sun’s source, who is a Bafta advisor, told them: “Bafta decided it was a terrible idea. They thought it would be a PR disaster.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘were not welcome’ and were ‘snubbed’ by LA’s Bafta Tea Party after London executives decided it would be a PR disaster
Sources claim the pair didn’t make it this year as they weren’t invited to Saturday’s biggest British showbiz night in Hollywood, which attracts megastars like Kate Hudson pictured above, after Harry’s recent behavior and attack on his family caused drama had sparked controversy among other royals
“Prince Harry has flatly attacked the royal family in his book and documentaries.
“The US team was reminded that Harry’s nemesis, his brother Prince William, is President of Bafta.
“So if they rolled out the red carpet for Harry and his wife, it would be like detonating a nuclear bomb. It’s a no go.
The pre-award event, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, attracted other megastars like Cate Blanchett
“Any interview would go viral. Anything negative about William would be devastating.
The pre-award event, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, attracted megastars like Cate Blanchett and Kate Hudson.
The BAFTA Tea Party is “a permanent fixture” in glitzy Los Angeles and invites various “nominees, members and guests for a uniquely elegant gathering,” according to the official website.
“The party has a long tradition of recognizing the very best in filmmaking talent and is extremely popular with nominees looking for a break from the hectic and demanding awards season.”
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11638869/Harry-Meghan-not-welcome-star-studded-BAFTA-Tea-Party-Los-Angeles.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 “Harry and Meghan were ‘unwelcome’ at the star-studded BAFTA Tea Party in Los Angeles,” sources claim