After what I can only assume required countless tense nights of adding and subtracting and replacing names in an Excel spreadsheet called “M&H—GUESTS 2018,” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have pared down their list of members of the public who will be invited to their wedding down to a lean 2,640.
In a statement from their “office,” the couple announced that the normals would be from a “broad range of backgrounds and ages,” adding that there would also be “young people who have shown strong leadership, and those who have served their communities.”
But wait! There’s more! Per E!, “200 people from charities and organizations the couple supports will also be invited, as will 100 students from The Royal School, Great Park, Windsor and St. George’s School, Windsor Castle, as both institutions have strong affiliations with the Windsor Castle community.”
Unfortunately the lucky non-royals won’t be allowed into the ceremony itself. They’ll just be watching from the grounds at St. George’s Chapel. Owned by the monarchy again!
On Thursday it was reported that Tori Spelling suffered a nervous breakdown at her LA home, and now The Hollywood Gossip claims to have a vague reason why it happened.
“While details are scarce,” they write, “sources say Spelling’s deteriorating mental state was exacerbated by a blowout fight with McDermott.” The fight, they add, was “caused by the couple’s mounting financial difficulties.”
Their bank accounts were “drained” by the IRS late last year.
“No, I’ve met him once in like 2013, so it was very random. But, I also wasn’t like, in a huge hurry to debunk it!”
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