Prince Harry's ex Chelsea Davy feeling snubbed after she's left out of Royal Wedding evening party
Chelsy has not been invited to the exclusive evening party which will be attended by 200 guests including the Spice Girls and will take place at the Frogmore House.
Prince Harry's former girlfriend Chelsy Davy is apparently being snubbed from the exclusive evening reception after the royal wedding. Davy has been invited to attend the nuptials on the 19th of May and will also be attending the post-wedding reception at Windsor Castle.
According to a friend, as reported by Vanity Fair, Chelsy has not been invited to the exclusive evening party which will be attended by 200 guests including the Spice Girls and will take place at the Frogmore House.
"Chelsy has been telling everyone she has been invited to the wedding and she is shopping for the perfect gown. She wants to look her very best and has been given a plus-one, but she has said she has not been invited to the evening party. Her nose is a bit out of joint but we’ve told her she’s lucky to be going to the actual wedding. She’s still hoping she might be asked to attend the evening party, too," a source said.
Around 600 guests have been invited to the ceremony at the St. George's Chapel and to a reception which will take place at Windsor Castle. Only a much smaller group will attend the evening party which is going to be hosted by the Prince of Wales.
"Chelsy has been trying to get in touch with Harry in recent days but he has taken himself off all social media and is proving very difficult to reach. He always returned Chelsy’s calls in the past," the source adds.
Another one of Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas is also going to be attending the wedding along with Natalie Pinkham and Ellie Goulding. However, none of Meghan Markle's exes have been invited to the wedding. Chelsea Davy was definitely Prince Harry's first love and they dated on and off for around seven years.
Chelsy and Prince Harry split up after Kate Middleton and Prince William's wedding as Chelsy hated the media spotlight. She later told The Times, "I found it very difficult when it was bad. I couldn’t cope. I was young, I was trying to be a normal kid and it was horrible."
In her defense, Prince Harry had told the media, "I can see how upset she gets . . . my girlfriend is somebody who’s very special to me, and yes, she’s gone through some very hard times."
At the time, Davy was attempting to build a career in the tough and grueling world of leverage law. "I have never worked so hard in my life. I didn’t realize how little sleep you can survive on. Leverage finance was the worst. Back-to-back deals, working till 4am, conference call at 8. We wouldn't even go home, just sleep in the office. They have these tiny dorm rooms," she said.
When she had some time off she would go out to relax with her friends as any other person would do. "I like to enjoy life, but I like to achieve things and am very ambitious. They can be forgiven for not knowing I was working really hard, I didn’t shout about it. If you go out once, they take a picture, but they don’t take a picture of you going to work every morning, it’s of you falling out of a nightclub at 4am," she added.
Despite the split, Chelsy Davy and Prince Harry have always remained close and also reportedly had a small fling in South Africa in the year 2015. That was believed to be when things finally ended once and for all. Prince Harry went on to meet Meghan Markle in the summer of 2016 and fell in love with her.
Chelsy Davy currently runs an ethical jewelry company called Aya. She offered to make a one-off piece for Meghan Markle but "was politely turned down," the source said.