PRINCIPLE Harry and Meghan Markle are said to have asked US President Biden to give away Air Force One, but were refused.
The couple were turned away after the funeral of the late Queen over fears it could cause an “uproar”, it has been claimed.
Sources tell Daily mail That staff member contacted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on behalf of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to ask the White House if they could fly back to the United States with Biden on his presidential jet.
However, reports of concern that it would strain the “relationships” between the US government and the Palace meant they were rejected.
A source said: “It will cause such a tremor.
“That will strain the relationship with the Palace and the new King.”
Another added that the idea is “no start”.
Apparently there are also questions about who would pay the Sussexes to fly the iconic plane.
The US government pays officials to travel, while Mr. Biden personally pays family members and his party pay bills for travel to campaign events.
The laws around giving and receiving such privileges are very strict in the United States, especially if they can be seen as helping campaign prospects.
It comes after a friend of the couple denied claims they were “spending time apart” following split rumors.
Meanwhile, the much mocked couple, Royal-bashing Netflix The show was taken up for a prestigious television gong after being snubbed at the Emmys.
A representative for the Sussexes has been contacted for comment.
The White House declined to comment when contacted by the Mail.