George Clooney, who got to sway with Meghan and Kate, was turned down by Sarah Ferguson at the royal reception
For their first dance, Meghan and Harry apparently decided to move away from the royal traditions and, instead of a slow song, played Whitney Houston's I Wanna Dance With Somebody
George Clooney is one charismatic man. And there's hardly a person who would turn down an offer to dance with the actor, or so you would think.
The 57-year-old movie heartthrob was a guest at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding which took place on Saturday and, according to reports, the actor danced with both Meghan and Kate at the wedding reception.
Clooney, who was accompanied to the royal event by his wife Amal, twirled away with the new bride as he brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the royal couple’s reception party.
As per reports, the two-time winner of People's Sexiest Man Alive award even scored a dance with the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, during the course of the fun-filled evening at Windsor’s Frogmore House.
However, there was one woman in the room who did not oblige to the actor's charms. Clooney was turned down for a dance by the disgraced former royal, Sarah Ferguson.
According to Mirror Online, "Fergie snubbed him when he asked her to dance, much to the amusement of other guests," but there was too much going on at the gala for anyone to pay too much attention to the heiress' response.
Although Fergie was pretty stiff-lipped and reportedly spent her entire evening slightly buttoned up, that wasn't really the case with the other guests.
"It was informal and a lovely atmosphere," one guest shared. "The whole evening had a really chilled, festival vibe."
Clooney wasn't the only celebrity who was invited to grace the extremely private get-together put up by the newlywed Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The party was full of other A-list celebs like David and Victoria Beckham, Serena Williams, James Corden, Idris Elba, Amal Clooney, and Priyanka Chopra.
Meghan's Suits co-stars did not manage to get an invite for the evening portion event. They did, however, take a trip to London to see their friend and colleague get hitched with her Prince Charming.
A guest at the party revealed later, “As we walked in, there were ladies dressed in black, serving us fizz and Pimms, as well as canapes from the palace staff. That bit was a little formal with a bit of a line-up led by Charles and Camilla, with Wills and Kate to one side and Harry and Meghan in the middle of it all.”
At the party, when it came to their first dance, Meghan and Harry apparently once again decided to move away from the royal traditions and, instead of a slow song, played Whitney Houston's I Wanna Dance With Somebody.
"It wasn't traditional in the slightest. They went into a bit of a jive and a Lindy hop," one of the guests told Mirror.