Were Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson snubbed by the royals over the Queen's jubilee?
London, England - Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson were reportedly snubbed by the royals.
According to The Sun, Kimmy Cakes was "politely" denied tickets to official VIP events honoring the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, taking place this weekend.
Per the outlet, the beauty mogul and her boo were turned down by the UK's Ministry of Defense.
"Kim Kardashian wanted tickets for her and Pete Davidson to attend Trooping the Color," a source said.
"The Queen’s birthday parade was the hottest ticket in town … But they were turned down as all the tickets had gone to family members of servicemen and military VIPs," the insider dished.
Did Kimmy try to get access to the Queen's jubilee?
Another insider spilled to The Daily Mail that The Kardashians star was also denied tickets for the Platinum Party at the Palace on Saturday - even after saying she didn’t mind if they were "not VIP."
But is any of this the real deal?
Currently, the businesswoman and the Saturday Night Live alum are in London. But a rep for Kim claimed that the reports aren't true - and 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," her rep explained to Page Six - adding that she flew back to LA for a "planned photoshoot" before the celebrations kicked off.
"Kim had a cover shoot back in LA yesterday that was planned a long time ago," her spokesperson told the outlet.
So it looks like Kimmy may not have been pressed to attend the Queen's big weekend after all.
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