It was held this weekend. And it was this year’s party, at least for Duchess Meghan, 40. The bitter thing was that she was not invited.
US ex-President Barack Obama celebrated his 60th birthday with a grand party at home in his giant villa on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, a New England paradise five hours by car from New York.
It was a vegan menu and Barack let loose on the dance floor, in what is described as “daddy dance”. The helicopters and the private jet were shuttled. Barack and Michelle invited Beyonce. And Meghan’s besties George and Amal Clooney. As well as Oprah’s Winfrey friend Gayle King, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend as well as a whole bunch of other celebrities.
But not Meghan and Harry.
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Maybe they said no? They have a two-month-old daughter. And Martha’s Vineyard is still 300 miles from their home in Montecito.
No, not if you believe court expert Angela Levin. She says The Sun that Meghan and Harry were never even considered – not even before Barack and Michelle slashed the 475-person beefy guest list for pandemic reasons.
A really bitter disappointment, especially for Meghan and Prince Harry who so often and happily highlight their friendship with Barack and Michelle.
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