Harry and Meghan arrive in Morocco for 2019 tour
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s friendship with David and Victoria Beckham is apparently “over” and “making up is so unlikely”.
The former working royals reportedly cut ties with the Beckhams over claims stories about the Sussexes were being leaked.
Sources say these seemingly false allegations left the former professional footballer “furious” with the Duke and Duchess.
Meghan would previously gush over her friendship with David and Victoria, naming them amongst her and Harry’s “closest friends”.
But now that ship seems to have sailed as insiders say the couple has been “Markled”.
The Mail on Sunday reports that being “Markled” refers to Meghan “swiftly moving on from some of those once closest to her”.
An insider told the outlet that David is “absolutely bloody furious”.
“David and Victoria went to Meghan and Harry’s wedding and were very supportive when Meghan arrived in the UK,” the source explained.
The Duke and Duchess are thought to have quickly bonded with the Beckhams through mutual friends.
David’s communications director Izzy May is reportedly pals with Markus Anderson of Soho House, who helped arrange Meghan’s dates with Harry, per The Mail.
Insiders now say that any opportunity for the Netflix stars to reconnect with David and Victoria is “so unlikely”.
Daily Express US contacted representatives for the Beckhams for comment.
“Meghan has simply moved on,” the newspaper reported.
It comes after news that Harry and Meghan are to miss the Royal Family’s annual summer holiday despite an “open invitation” from King Charles.
“It’s been a very visibly challenging year when it comes to the Sussexes,” a friend of the family told the same outlet.
They added: “It’s sad, but it is what is. This is a family as well as an institution.”
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