Prince Harry and Meghan Markle didn't join the big concert during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration. Mike Tindall talked about the happenings after the Platinum Party at the Palace concert and called his royal cousin-in-law "bas---d."
Mike Tindall Reportedly Uses Insulting And Derogatory Word For Prince Harry
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were noticeably missing at the Platinum Party at the Palace on June 4. The star-studded event featured several celebrities, including Elton John, British rock band Queen, Diversity, Alicia Keys, Adam Lambert, Simon Le Bon, Rod Stewart, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hans Zimmer, Ella Eyre, Craig David, George Ezra, Andrea Bocelli and Diana Ross.
Tindall, who is married to Prince Harry's cousin, Zara, said that the open-air concert allowed the royals to "chat" and enjoy a drink together after the program.
"It was at the concert where there was a bit more of a chat together because we went in and had a drink with everyone after," Tindall said on his podcast The Good, The Bad, and The Rugby, per Express. "I think the committee that put it together did an incredible job."
Following the concert, the former rugby union player spoke to a fellow guest and referred to Prince Harry's behavior as "bas---d," Express reported.
There was no context why Tindall used the word in the outlet's report. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted with Tindall and Zara at the thanksgiving service at St. Paul's Cathedral. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex talked to Zara while Tindall noticeably avoided Prince Harry, according to The News.
Why Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Skipped Platinum Party At The Palace
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were reportedly invited to the weekend concert. However, they opted to stay at home because it was also their daughter Lilibet's first birthday. Aside from that, Prince Harry and Markle allegedly decided to skip the event to keep a low profile.
"Harry and Meghan could’ve gone to the Party at the Palace, but decided to keep a low profile on Lilibet’s birthday and celebrate in private," a source told Us Weekly. "It was more important for them to be together as a family than attend the concert, especially as the Queen couldn’t make it."
Queen Elizabeth reportedly spent the day with their children Archie and Lilibet after pulling out of Party at the Palace. Her Majesty was so pleased with her great-grandchildren that she gave them presents.
Stay tuned for more news and updates about the royal family.
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