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Why Did Meghan Markle Order Security to Keep David Beckham Away From Prince Harry During the Invictus Games?

Why Did Meghan Markle Order Security to Keep David Beckham Away From Prince Harry During the Invictus Games?

MEghan Markle reportedly ordered security personnel to keep David Beckham away from Prince Harry during the 2018 Invictus Games in Australia, because she feared the superstar would take the show away.

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According to Tom Bower’s new book “The House of Beckham: Money, Sex and Power,” the Royals did not want to be overshadowed by Beckham’s magnetic personality and media attention.

Beckham and his wife Victoria were guests Harry and Meghan’s wedding in May 2018but the relationship went wrong months later and that’s when the time came. snob took place.

In October 2018, Beckham flew to Australia to attend Harry’s Invictus games honoring wounded servicemen and spending some time with the Duke of Sussex, but he didn’t expect what was about to happen.

Beckham found himself alone in the Invictus Games stadium,Bower writes: ‘Arrived on the appointed day to meet each other Prince Harry wondered why the authorities staged a dance to keep him happy but not to entertain Harry.

The football player wanted to meet each other Harry and when he questioned security what was going onthey told him that “the prince had ordered that the footballer should not come near him under any circumstances.”

Photos of the two together were prohibitedBower claimed. “The royal rejection was brutal. David Beckham was surprised. Why did the prince refuse to meet him?”

“The exclusion order, it later emerged, was issued by Meghan,” the author explains: “She didn’t want any competition in the media from Beckham, least of all from his wife Victoria.”

Last year an article came out that the Beckhams were “absolutely bloody furious” after they were accused of leaking stories about the Sussexes to the media.