"I don't know. You met [Prince Harry]". "I haven't even... It doesn't occur to me actually, my son is getting married next year so I am much more sort of dealing with that but really I have nothing to say about it".
The response is somewhere along the lines of the explanation that her one-time encounter with Prince Harry would warrant an invite to an exclusive event out of which some world leaders have been excluded.
When pushed on the matter, the "Nanny McPhee" star added that she wishes the couple well, but "doesn't know them".
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It's ice cold and awesome.
Fast forward to 2018, and Rihanna is still not into reporters prying into her private life.
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'Is that coming up like soon or something?' she asked before the reporter informed her it's happening in a week's time.
Rihanna: "OK, you're with me too familiar, I think, you will come to my wedding?".
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Honestly, how dare Harry and Meghan not invite Rihanna to their wedding when she's clearly royalty?
"Okay, you met me". "Am I coming to yours?"
'Why would you think I'm invited?' Rihanna responded after a startled Access reporter questioned her about it on the red carpet.
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Who knew - perhaps celebrities are ruddy exhausted of being asked about the royal wedding.