Harry and Meghan claim they
invited William and Kate to their daughter Lilibet’s party as an “olive branch”.
But the families were
miles apart as the first birthday bash took place.
The event was held on Saturday
at Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor estate.
However, William, Kate and
their kids were 150 miles away in Cardiff, South Wales, at a meet and greet
with the public as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee events.
It is not known if they ever
received an invitation.
Meghan and Harry later
released pictures of the outdoor picnic, where Lilibet, brother Archie,
three, and friends enjoyed cake, balloons and party snacks.
Zara and Mike Tindall’s kids
— Mia, eight, Lena, three and one-year-old Lucas — are thought to have
attended. Other guests were Peter Phillips and ex-wife Autumn’s daughters
Savannah, 11, and Isla, ten.
Archie’s godfather Charlie Van
Staubenzee and his brother Tom are also said to have attended.
William, 39, and Harry,
37, did not meet privately during the Sussexes’ short trip to the UK
for the Jubilee.
Both brothers and their wives
went to the service at St Paul’s in London on Friday but were sat far
apart and didn’t speak to each other.
The Sussexes flew home to
California on Sunday.