Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to tie the knot in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on the 19th of May. The guest list for the illustrious occasion has been the subject of great conversation, with one particular "member" of the Royal Family being excluded from the affair.
UK media outlets reported that Sarah 'Fergie' Ferguson was not going to be invited to her nephew's wedding, even though her daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were attending. She wasn't invited to Kate Middleton and Prince William's wedding in 2011, either.
Fergie divorced Prince Andrew, Prince Charles' younger brother, in May 1996 and has faced criticism from both the public and royal family since.
Harry is especially close with her daughter Eugenie, who also recently announced her engagement, and he wants to help their family spend more quality time together.
According to Daily Mail, Harry is insisting his aunt needs to attend his wedding to help heal "broken family ties."
A royal source told the publication: "Harry has nailed his colours to the mast on this. He wants his aunt there - and she will be."
This isn't the only family drama surrounding the Royal Wedding, with Meghan's own extended family causing drama in the media with tell-all interviews and nasty claims about the actress.
But, hey, what wedding is complete without feuds and family trouble?
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia