Prince Harry has reportedly told aides he wants to invite Barack and Michelle Obama to his wedding to Meghan Markle next year.

Harry, 33, became friends with the former US President and his wife after bonding with them at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada, in September.
The bond is so close that the prince chose to interview Obama for his guest editorship of Radio 4’s Today programme this morning.
He is thought to have told aides he wants to invite the Obamas to the wedding on May 19.
But civil servants are said to fear a diplomatic issue if Barack and Michelle are sent an invite to the upcoming royal nuptials.
Donald Trump is unlikely to get an invite and there are concerns he would not respond well if the Obamas were asked to come.
The young couple are said to openly dislike the new president, with Meghan tweeting criticism of Trump during last year’s US election.
A senior government source told The Sun: ‘Harry has made it clear he wants the Obamas at the wedding, so it’s causing a lot of nervousness.
‘Trump could react very badly if the Obamas get to a Royal wedding before he has had a chance to meet the Queen.’
As the wedding is not a state occasion, the Government only have a consultative role in its organisation and heads of state will not be invited.
The guest list is instead being drawn up in full by Buckingham Palace rather than the Department of Culture, Media and Sport – which presides over national events such as state funerals.
Harry and Meghan thrilled the crowds at Sandringham on Christmas Day when they appeared together with the Royal family.
Meghan became the first fiancee to join the Royals for their traditional Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church.

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