Recent claims that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been axed from a prestigious members club have turned out to be false.
Rumours about the Sussexes’ alleged axing from the exclusive San Vicente Bungalows were kickstarted by socialite Lady Victoria Hervey following an appearance on GB News.
She claimed to have heard from pals in California that the couple had been given the boot, saying: “I heard from people in LA that they actually got banned.”
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She claimed that the ban had been deployed after the couple allegedly arranged for photographers to wait outside for them to take pictures as they left the $4,200 (£3,271) per-year venue.
Located in West Hollywood, San Vicente Bungalows has a strict no-photograph policy which demands that all who enter place stickers over their phones’ cameras.
Claims that the couple had been given the chuck were later dispelled by an insider who informed the outlet they remained "more than welcome" there.
Some 750 high-profile guests are thought to be members of the high-profile spot, which was founded in 2019.
According to the Express, the high-flying venue is thought to have been inspired by the Sarah Ferguson-frequented Annabels, a members club in London.
The outlet reports that the Bungalows were established as the palace to be following patronage from the likes of Sandra Bullock, Kirsten Drunst, Kaia Gerber, and Hailey Bieber.
The brainchild of former Sunset Tower Hotel manager Jeffrey Klein, having enough cash for the membership fee is not enough to guarantee admittance, with a reference and management approval both barriers to entry.
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