“I’m sure of all the people that would understand, it would be Barack Obama,” Larcombe says.Despite Harry and Megan noticeable attempts at ripping up the royal rule book (case and point: their unconventional engagement photoshoot), Larcombe says he thinks that Harry will still heed the Foreign Office’s advice.After their honeymoon, the newlyweds will also carry out their first official royal tour as a couple – a rite of passage for royal newcomer Meghan.Walking With The Wounded’s Walk Of America charity trek takes place between May and July.“I think part of their understanding is that Harry served as a soldier at the time when Obama was Commander-in-Chief,” Larcombe explains.
Any presidential visit could be Meghan’s first diplomatic challenge – she once dubbed Mr Trump “misogynistic”.In December, CNN reported that Prince Harry told the BBC he didn't want to "ruin that surprise," when asked if he would invite Obama, but Larcombe says he is "almost certain" that the Obamas will not be going to the wedding.The official invitations, however, have not been that reports of the British government pleading for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to exclude Michelle and Barack are likely true. “Harry and Meghan will be guided by the Foreign Office’s advice." The Foreign Office, which is responsible for protecting and promoting British interests worldwide, typically advises inviting foreign royals, dignitaries, and diplomats to royal weddings, Larcombe says.Now, if you'll excuse us, we need to start looking for hats! Bookies are already taking bets that Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, will announce they are expecting their first child, with Ladbrokes’ offering odds of 5/4.