Beckhams caught up in Harry and Will feud as they must ‘choose between Royals’

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Victoria and David Beckham have found themselves embroiled in the Royal family's drama ahead of their son Brooklyn's wedding to fiancée Nicola Peltz next summer.

Mum-of-four Victoria is helping plan the star-studded affair that will no doubt see famous faces come from far and wide to celebrate the occasion.

However, she may have come across a bit of bother with the guest list.

The former Spice Girls singer and hubby David were invited Prince William and Kate Middleton's big day and also attended Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle. However, it is now thought that Victoria is "concerned" about inviting both couples to her son's nuptials.

A source told Closer magazine: "Vic’s a bit concerned about inviting both couples and all the attention being focused on the warring Royals rather than her son and his future wife.

"Whoever they don’t invite, it will look like a snub and she’s worried that if she invites both, it will create conflict for her and David given they want to remain on good terms with both couples.

"She’s understandably worried about being dragged into Meghan’s feud."

The drama was also picked up on today's episode of Loose Women.

Speaking on the show, panelist Sunetra Sarker said: "They're gonna choose between Harry and Will, because they went to both weddings."

The conversation came after the Sussexes were apparently snubbed by Barack and Michelle Obama. Jane Moore explained: "Barack and Michelle Obama celebrated the former president's 60th birthday, with a glitzy bash packed with A-listers. However, notable by their absence, were with Duke and Duchess of Sussex."

She continued: "Rumours are circulating that the Obamas have fallen out with Harry and Megan, following the very public criticism of the royal family."

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Speaking about the Beckham's alleged dilemma, Jane reasoned: "Wouldn't you just say to them, 'I'm inviting both of you – you two sort it out.'"

David – who Closer's source said was insisting the couple "remain neutral" – was seen standing alongside William and Kate at Wembley during the Euros. He's also reported to have referred to the Prince as his "close mate."

Meanwhile, Victoria has been vocal in her support for Meghan in the past and has forged a friendship with the former actress since she moved back to California with Harry.

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