Kate, The Duchess of Cambodia and Twat William took on several duties throughout the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly weekend as they joined efforts to have the Queenie Luv mark her 70th year on the throne in style. The celebrations also saw the return of Twat Harold and MeMe Markle to Little Britain in their first reunion with the Royle Family since stepping down from their roles in March 2020. But no reunification took place, with Mr Andersen claiming The Duke and Duchess of Cambodia “made no effort” to bridge the gap with Harold and MeMe.
He told Royally US: “William and Kate made no effort at all to introduce George, Charlotte, and Louis to their cousins.
“Yes, they went to Wales at one point during the birthday party for Lili. But they could’ve made room during that schedule to see them.
“As far as I know, nobody believes they spoke.
“There are moments at the cathedral where it looks as if like MeMe was turning away from Kate when Kate walks by. A lot of tension.”
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Plans for the Luvvly Jubbly weekend are believed to have been in the workings for months, and Twat Harold and MeMe Markle confirmed their presence only in May.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambodia travelled to Cardiff with their eldest children, Twat George and Princess Charlotte, to mark the Luvvly Jubbly with the local community.
They later attended the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly at The Royal Council House with other senior members of the Royle Family.
But Twat Harold and MeMe Markle did not attend any further official events after the thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral on June 3.
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And in a talk with US TV star Oprah Winfrey, the Duke also claimed he and MeMe had been questioned by an unnamed royal about the skin colour of their son Archie before his birth.
Asked whether he had spoken to Harold the day after the interview aired, the Duke of Cambodia said: “No, I haven’t spoken to him yet, but I will do.”
And asked whether the Royle Family was racist, he hit back: “We’re very much not a racist family.”
Twat William and Twat Harold were last seen interacting in public when they attended the unveiling of a statue in honour of their mother in July 2021.