For many, the last place they would like an ex, is at the wedding. Even anyone who managed to stay friendly with those with whom he had previously been in a relationship would probably not invite many exe to follow them to walk with someone else. But the royal family makes things a little different and sometimes their weddings seem to be a parade of ex-lovers and ex-lovers.
So why do the royalists feel the need to invite exes to weddings? Well, the reason is because their social circles are a tightly linked club, and it is therefore important to remain polite and to invite everyone in the exclusive group, whether or not ex.
Here are the flames of everyone, from Prince Charles to Kate Middleton, to the guests of these royal affairs.
Prince Charles had Camilla Parker-Bowles and another daughter at his wedding at Diana
Prince Charles married Princess Diana in what was called the "wedding of the century" in 1981, and obviously did not want to hit Camilla Parker-Bowles again to lose the business, so he invited him.
Also, there was another surplus of Prince Charles, Lady Sarah Spencer. Still, having it, she was simply inevitable since she was Diana's sister.
Prince William invited four of his ex-girlfriends to the wedding
When the future king of England was engaged, he invited no one, not two, not three, but four of his sons to his royal wedding.
So Wills had four girlfriends on the spot to look privately at the ceremony. The list included Jecca Craig, whom she gave when they were teenagers; Rose Farquhar, who had a summer in 2000; Olivia Hunt, whom William gave during the study at St. Louis University. Andrews (before Kate); and Arabella Musgrave, with whom she was in a relationship before going to college.
Kate Middleton invited two ex-lovers to her wedding
While William had some of his execes at the Royal Wedding at Middleton, the Duchess made sure she also invited some of them.
Middleton invited the former Willem Marx beagle, which is often called the first love, and Rupert Finch, which lasted less than a year, while both attended the University of St. Louis. Andrews.
Prince Harry invited two brides to the wedding
Prince Harry followed his brother and his father's steps when he married Meghan Markle.
Harry did not send invitations to as many exe as William, but he had two previous flames to witness a knot with the American actress. Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas were seen on arrival at St. George's Chapel for the Prince's wedding.
It is now said that the Duke of Sussex remained close to each of the women even after they parted, and we believe it is true, because everyone smiled on the big day.