She is not following real royalty.
According to reports, Kim Kardashian was dropped from official VIP events to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee — but the team of reality TV royalty insists she “didn’t even ask to leave.”
“Kim Kardashian wanted tickets for her and Pete Davidson to attend Trooping the Colour,” a source told the Sun on Thursday at the official parade that celebrated the Queen’s record 70 years on the throne.
“The Queen’s birthday parade was the hottest ticket in town … but she was turned down because all tickets went to the family members of soldiers and military VIPs,” the insider told The Sun. described as “an impeccable source”.
“There are some tickets that you can’t buy,” the source said. He insisted the royal family “doesn’t need American reality TV stars.”
“The biggest celebrities in the world are already there – the British royal family,” said the insider.
The Sun said the 41-year-old reality star – who was photographed in London this week with boyfriend Davidson, 28 – was “politely turned down” by Britain’s Defense Ministry.
Another source told the Daily Mail that they faced a similar humiliation when trying to get tickets to a Platinum party at the Palace on Saturday – even after saying that if they were “not VIPs” they would have no There was no objection.
The UK newspaper said Kardashian and her “Saturday Night Live” boyfriend were turned down by both the Palace and the BBC, which is broadcasting the show.
However, Kim’s reps denied the reports, telling Page Six that she was only in London to support Davidson.
“Pete was working on a secret project in London and Kim was there to support him,” the rep said, adding that she moved back to L.A. before the festivities began for the “planned photoshoot” — so she wouldn’t participate anyway. could have taken
“Kim did a cover shoot back in L.A. yesterday that was planned a long time ago,” the rep told Page Six.
The rep stressed that reality TV royalty “didn’t even ask to leave.”
A representative for Davidson also told Page Six that there is “no truth” in the Platinum Jubilee report.