One of the two surviving bridesmaids, Lady Pamela Hicks, was not invited to King Charles’ coronation: Prince Philip’s cousin, 94, who saw Elizabeth II’s coronation, was told by the palace that she was not one of the 2,000 guests at the slimming party.
Lady Pamela Hicks, who turns 94 today, has been told she has not been invited to the coronation.
She is one of two surviving bridesmaids and has attended the Queen’s previous two coronations.
She was contacted by the palace to tell her, daughter India revealed on Instagram.
India has previously spoken of her mother’s hope of attending three coronations.
Lady Pamela attended the Queen’s funeral in a wheelchair.
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Lady Pamela Hicks and India Hicks are pictured together at a funeral in London in June 2017
India Hicks revealed how Buckingham Palace called her mum with the news
Lady Pamela Hicks arriving at the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in September last year
India Hicks, daughter of Lady Pamela Hicks, in Westminster Abbey for the Queen’s funeral
Lady Pamela Hicks (centre) is seen behind the Queen and Philip on a trip to Malta in 1954
Portrait of Lady Pamela Hicks in the center after the Queen’s wedding in November 1947