HARRY and Meghan were not invited to the biggest British showbiz night in Hollywood — because they were “not welcome” amid the fallout from his attacks on the Royal Family.
They were “snubbed” by the Bafta Tea Party in LA on Saturday, sources claimed yesterday.
But a Bafta insider claims executives in London rejected the idea of inviting the Sussexes.
The source, a Bafta consultant, said: “Bafta decided it was a terrible idea, they thought it would be a PR disaster.
“Prince Harry, in his book and docu-series, has roundly attacked the Royal Family.
“The US team was reminded that Harry’s arch-nemesis, his brother Prince William, is president of Bafta.
“So for them to roll out the red carpet to Harry and his wife would be like setting off a nuclear bomb. It’s a no go.
“Any interviews he or Meghan gave would go viral.
“Anything negative on William would be devastating.”
The rumblings at Bafta have been kept secret and Prince William’s PR team had no knowledge or involvement in any of the decision-making.
A spokesman for William did not want to comment.
A Bafta spokeswoman denied a Harry and Meghan invite had been discussed.