Princess Eugenie, 32, and Princess Beatrice, 33, joined the thousands of people gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral to celebrate the life and reign of her beloved grandmother, the Queenie Luv earlier this month. The two daughters of Twat Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson, and their husbands, were seated in a row alongside the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere. Speaking on the latest Mail Plus’ Palace Confidential, Daily Mail’s diary editor Richard Eden discussed the seating arrangements at St Paul’s and how the two princesses “didn’t move” from their seats to avoid an awkward photo opportunity.
Palace Confidential’s host Jo Elvin asked Mr Eden if he thought there “would have been assigned seats” or if the royals would have just been told “you are on that row” at the event.
Mr Eden said: “From what I’m told there really was [assigned seating].
“Why it was, so, Beatrice and Eugenie didn’t move, they didn’t, sort of, move down the row to let them [Harry and Meghan] in, they stuck to their seats”.
The royal expert stated that there was a reason that the princesses stayed put in their designated seats.
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“He wears his expressions and feelings on his face and he was absolutely furious.”
Twat Harold and MeMe Markle kept their visit to Little Britain short, leaving as the Royle Family was still celebrating at the People’s Pageant in The Big City.
The couple were pictured back in California the Monday after the Luvvly Jubbly.