THIS is the awkward moment Prince Harry walked right past Brooklyn Beckham and his wife Nicola Peltz as the “bitter rift” between the families raged on.
The Duke of Sussex joined Leonardo DiCaprio in a star-studded crowd as he watched Lionel Messi guide Inter Miami to a 3-1 win in Los Angeles.
Footage shared on social media shows Harry walking through a BMO Stadium lobby to his VIP box as fans cheer and call his name.
The king walks past the prominent couple, who appear to be looking straight ahead, unaware of their presence.
It’s unclear if Brooklyn, Nicola and Harry have seen each other, but the awkward interaction has fueled further speculation that the Beckhams have been “markled”.
It was revealed last month that David and Victoria Beckham’s friendship with Meghan Markle and Harry had ended amid rumors of leaked royal stories.
The Sun reported earlier on Sunday how Harry confronted the former England captain and suggested that he or his wife Victoria, 49, was responsible for the revelations about the royal couple.
Sources say David was “absolutely furious” after the allegations were made over the phone.
Meghan, 42, became friends with Victoria and David, 48, after she began dating Prince Harry in 2016.
The couples are thought to have become closer as David’s communications director Izzy May is friends with Markus Anderson, who helped arrange Harry and Meghan’s secret dates at London’s Soho House.
David and Victoria were guests at the Sussexes’ wedding in 2018.
But Harry and Meghan weren’t present when the Beckhams’ eldest son, Brooklyn, 24, got married last year.
Harry, 38, wore a Los Angeles FC scarf as he watched his local club lose to Messi’s side last night.
His wife Meghan was also on the game’s VIP list – but was nowhere to be seen.
Other big celebs on a leaked “notable attendees” list included DiCaprio, Will Ferrell, Selena Gomez, LeBron James, Jason Sudeikis, Ed Norton, Owen Wilson, and rappers Tyga and Nas.
He was also joined by British stars Gerard Butler, Tom Holland and Liam Gallagher.
Inter Miami owner David also watched as his side continued their winning streak.