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Harry and Meghan 'not invited to pals' parties because of their PDAs'

The couple have shown affection on several occasions

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's pals have reportedly stopped inviting the couple to dinner parties.

And, according to a new report, it's all because of the royal couple's PDAs and their disregard for seating plans.

The Mail on Sunday has claimed their choice to snub the long-standing part etiquette has been "frowned upon" by Harry's friends.

Harry and Meghan's pals have reportedly stopped inviting the couple to dinner parties (Credit: Splashnews.com)

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As well as ignoring the seating plans, sources have claimed Meghan is very affectionate with her husband during the parties.

But the PDAs has apparently left Harry's friends "rolling their eyes".

There are reportedly three rules to society seating plans that guests must follow about "placement".

One is that couples should never be put together to avoid a public display of affection, which could put other guests off their food.

And, guests must always sit where they have been asked to achieve a balanced high society table.

The PDAs has apparently left Harry's friends to "roll their eyes" (Credit: Splashnews.com)

Meanwhile, it's recently been reported that Meghan's  images and false quotes are being used on online ads to sell potentially dangerous weight loss pills.

All my life I’ve been passionate about taking care of my weight.

One ad claims that the pills helped the Duchess lose weight and even says she is "obsessed over her weight".

The site states that Meghan said the following to the made up publication: "All my life I’ve been passionate about taking care of my weight due to the pressures of Hollywood to stay young and look fit.

"For the last 10 years I’ve been travelling the world and sourcing organic ingredients and weight loss remedies.

"The culmination is the launch of my all-female-owned weight loss line which combines the world’s richest and most sought after ingredients at affordable and everyday prices."

Meghan's  images and false quotes are being used on online ads to sell potentially dangerous weight loss pills (Credit: Splashnews.com)

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However, according to the Sunday Mirror, the Palace is working towards having these adverts removed.

A source told the paper: "This is obviously not true and an illegal use of the Duchess’ name for advertising purposes. We will follow our normal course of action."

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