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Although Buckingham Palace is still trying to keep the royal wedding guest list a secret, the Daily Mail reports a detailed roster of the 250 guests who have been invited by Prince William and Kate Middleton, plus the 100 guests invited by Kate's parents.

Along with celebs like David and Victoria Beckham, film director Guy Ritchie and Elton John, the possible attendees include four of Prince William's ex-girlfriends and two of Kate's ex-loves.

Middleton's ex-boyfriend Rupert Finch, whom she dated at St. Andrews, and her Marlborough friend Willem Marx, may be in attendance at Westminster Abbey. And Prince William's past paramours -- Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, Jecca Craig, Arabella Musgrave and Rose Farquhar, his first girlfriend -- have all received the coveted invitation.

The Middletons' guests include lots of friends from Mustique, a favorite vacation spot of the family and a rumored honeymoon destination for the newlyweds.

And although royal duty dictates that the seats be filled with political figures, Prince Williams' fiancée managed to snag invites for the butcher, shopkeeper, postman and pub owner from Bucklebury, her home village. Prince William's "Glosse Posse," his best friends from Gloucestershire, have made the cut as well.

The Daily Mail also confirmed that Chelsy Davy has been invited, but Prince Harry has refused to say whether his former flame is his plus one for his brother's wedding.

Not invited? President Obama and first lady Michelle, who will be have to watch the ceremony on the telly.

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  • connieb

    God save the Queen? Royals? Many, many Americans and non-Americans alike are proud of our President and First Lady. Both are Harvard-educated and quite respectable. When have we last had a President and First Lady with such credentials? You shameful people are classic examples that racism is running rampant. Stop hiding behind your poison pens and ask yourself why you derive such pleasure from writing hateful comments about others. You are DISGUSTING!

  • Julie

    She sure looks like a nice person. I think she has more good qualities than her mother-in-law.

  • Mr. Lee

    By "Mother-in-law", are you speaking of Princess Di? She's passed away, you are aware of that, right? Or are you speaking of Camilla? She's not "Mother-in-law", but "Step-mother-in-law". And in any event, how in the world would you know?

  • Gwen

    Charles & Camilla? That match is natch. He, a horse's arse & she, a haystack.

  • Lee Ho

    Can anyone let me know which TV station is going to broadcast the wedding live on that day? ABC, NBC or CBN? Love to watch it from the beginning. I watched Princess Diana 30 years ago.

  • whitechic

    Royal Wedding video dance is a must see. Check it out. The actors, spot on. GREAT! Congratulations to William and Kate! .

  • whitechic

    I hope Harry finds his true love, when he wants one! It was nice about his mom's ring

  • sam

    I can't believe I'm not invited after I sent them that really nice toaster from Costco.

  • mcharrot

    right on!!!!!!!!

  • Gwendolyne

    "Connie"- "Harvard Educated"? True enough. More is the pity. After all, an education is a terrible thing to waste. Obama is an embarrassment to two races.

  • Peke

    Obama rocks all right... only problem is we need a President; NOT a Rocker, lol

  • whitechic

    He rocked us into the debts of despair! Yes debts, we are up the creek , without a paddle!

  • P

    If President Obama and Mrs. were at the wedding they'd be getting all of the attention. A wedding is about the bride and groom, so of course our President wasn't invited.

  • Barb

    Heads of state from almost every country in the world will be invited, including President and Mrs. Obama and President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni

    This was posted, under list of people invited.

  • sk92014

    BOB: Some people are in denial. Ignore them.

  • Grace

    Regardless of whether you're an Obama fan or not, bottom line is he is our country's president who should NOT have been snubbed by the royals. The excuse given that this is not a formal state affair is bunk. If they were going to stick by that, why invite any other foreign dignitaries? It seems to me that this was an intentional snub by our so-called allies, the British.

  • Greg

    The Brits are our staunchest allies, and our president dissed them when he sent the bust of Winston Churchill back. What did he (and you) expect.

  • Carmin C

    Pres. Obama has brought great pride back to America.
    He is working for the people and not for a political party.
    We may even have a middle class again. How soon we forget the last 8 years of the Bush WH.

  • whitechic

    Sighhhhhhhhhhhh.....if only we could turn back time!

  • Sis

    Right On..


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