Prince Harry 'humiliated three times' in just a few weeks as he's 'uninvited' from events

Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex wave as they leave Windsor Castle after their wedding
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Prince Harry has suffered a series of humiliations in recent weeks, as tensions within the Royal Family continue to escalate, according to a biographer.

During his UK visit last month, Harry was unable to secure a meeting with his father, King Charles, due to the monarch's packed schedule.

Emily Andrews, a royal biographer, also revealed that Harry was not invited to the Trooping the Colour ceremony and was "uninvited" from the Duke of Westminster's high-profile wedding earlier this month.

Writing in Woman magazine, Andrews stated: "It has been humiliation after humiliation for Prince Harry."

She further commented: "Harry has broken so many bonds of trust with so many people, it is difficult to see him ever attending a society wedding or Trooping the Colour again", reports the Express.

Adding insult to injury, despite being close friends with the Duke, Hugh Grosvenor, 33, and even being a godfather to his son, Archie, Harry was still rejected.

According to Andrews, these incidents underscore the extent to which the prince has been ostracised by his family and friends.

Earlier this year, Harry expressed his desire to spend more time with his family and in the UK. However, upon his arrival last month, he released a statement saying he wouldn't be meeting up with his father due to the King's "full programme".

Andrews claimed that he also couldn't meet the Prince or Princess of Wales, as they are "still understandably too hurt" to speak to him.

In a recreation of last year's event, both Harry and his wife, Meghan, were absent from the Trooping the Colour ceremony.

Emily suggests that it was simply "too awkward" for Harry to be present at the wedding of the Duke of Westminster to Olivia Henson, 31, which took place at Chester Cathedral this month.

She alleges that it was deemed too "difficult" to have Harry there due to the "frosty feud" between him and William, who didn't want anything to take away from the day.

According to Emily, this discomfort extends throughout most of Harry's family and friends, who are anxious they might find themselves featuring in a future book or Netflix series ordered by the prince.

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