Prince Harry reportedly snubs King Charles' offer of visit for 75th birthday

Prince Harry has reportedly turned down a chance to join the celebrations of his father King Charles' 75th birthday in the UK next week.

The Sunday Times claimed the Duke of Sussex received an invite to join the low-key celebrations at Clarence House, igniting further fires that the tension between the pair continues to grow.

The suspected rift between the King and his son has been growing since Harry quit the Royal Family in 2020 and then criticised Queen Camilla in his memoir Spare.

"She was the villain, she was the third person in the marriage - she needed to rehabilitate her image," Harry said, claiming she had sacrificed him on her 'PR altar'. The Duke also said: "Maybe she'd be less dangerous if she was happy," when referencing her status among the British people as Charles' sweetheart after the death of Princess Diana.

The UK newspaper claimed the King will celebrate on November 14 with a small gathering of family and friends.

Harry's refusal to attend marks the second time this year he has allegedly snubbed an invitation from his father. In September, it was claimed the King made a similar offer to catch up when Harry carried out a fly-in, fly-out visit to the UK.

However, Harry chose to spend the September 8 anniversary of the late Queen's death alone before heading to Germany for the Invictus Games.