Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 'would ruin King Charles' 75th birthday celebrations' as they'll 'point fingers' | The Sun

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry "would ruin" King Charles' 75th birthday celebrations should they attend, say royal experts.

The Sussexes have reportedly rejected an invite to the monarch's royal bash at Clarence House next week.

Charles is understood to be welcoming in his 75th birthday on November 14 with an intimate gathering of family and close friends.

However, sources told The Sunday Times that Harry, 39, has no intention of celebrating with his father amid ongoing family tension.

Relations between the Duke, King Charles III, and Prince William have been increasingly strained since the fallout from bombshells in his book Spare and his Netflix documentary.

Earlier this year, we revealed how Harry also snubbed an offer to spend the anniversary of the Queen’s death at Balmoral in Scotland with his father and Queen Camilla.

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Royal expert, Angela Levin, shared with The Sun Online her thoughts on Prince Harry's persisting absence at Royal Family events.

She said: "Harry has made it very clear that he is not complying with anything until his father and his brother have apologised to Meghan.

"What for? We don’t know.

"I think the royals are used to it now. It’s not going to spoil his birthday.

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"I think Charles knows that if they did come it would ruin the festivities. Harry would start pointing fingers with ‘when you did this when you did that’."

The Royal expert continued: "I’m sure Charles may be a bit upset that this is yet another chance he is missing to meet his grandchildren.

"But the problem is that Harry doesn’t want to make amends and doesn’t want to be part of the family – they want to destroy and punish it.

"What is ridiculous is Meghan and Harry want to hang on for dear life to their titles but yet they want to destroy the monarchy."

Mrs Levin added the family and Harry both look "destroyed" at the present frosty dynamics.

This comes after Harry made only a fleeting visit to the King’s coronation in May, before rushing to fly back to Meghan in the US.

A friend of Charles previously spoke to The Sunday Times about Harry's latest snub.

They said: “When he gets to the end of another successful work day and thinks of his family, there will always be a twinge in his heart about a problem he hasn’t been able to solve yet.

“But he will be taking the long-term view. The current act is a challenging one.

“There are issues that aren’t resolved and there won’t be a rapprochement any time soon.

“There is the sense of a cooling-off period from the family that is under way after the aftershocks of the book and interviews.

“But that doesn’t change the King’s love for his son. He’ll never not invite his son to a family gathering, because that’s not who he is.”

This comes after the Duke and Duchess were spotted at Katy Perry’s Las Vegas concert, but an “awkward” Harry looked like a “fish out of water”, claimed a body language expert.

The former royal couple watched the show from VIP seats with singer Celine Dion at the Resorts World Theatre last weekend.

But according to expert body language Judi James, Prince Harry looked “uncomfortable” and "quietly possibly suffering inside too".

Meanwhile, Royal fans were horrified as they’re convinced King Charles took a swipe at the estranged pair during his Kenya speech.

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As His Majesty attended a State Banquet, he spoke of the special significance the country has for his family – but only spoke of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The monarch failed to mention Harry or Meghan.

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