Prince William allegedly made the decision not to invite Meghan Markle to Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebration this year.

In its Jan. 24 issue, Woman’s Day claimed that the queen decided to delegate the task of inviting guests to her Platinum Jubilee to Prince William because she has a very busy schedule. The queen’s age has also been catching up to her.

Prince William immediately accepted the job on hand and decided that it would be best if his sister-in-law will be banned from attending the event. After all, the last thing that the Duke of Cambridge wants is for the drama to ensue on the queen’s special day.

“Meghan’s made things hard enough without her swanning back into the UK and having all the headlines be about her again. Wills just doesn’t want the drama she always seems to bring,” the source said.

The insider added that Markle already learned that she won’t be invited to the queen’s Platinum Jubilee, and she couldn’t be more humiliated.

“Meghan can’t bear the thought of how humiliating it would be if people found out she wasn’t invited. She’s trying to reach him but is being stonewalled by his staff. William has made it clear the damage is done and he has no interest in speaking to her. This is a catastrophe for Meghan, who’s realized she still needs to be connected with the royal family to keep her high profile,” the source said.

The Duchess of Sussex is also allegedly worried about how much impact Prince William has on the queen. And she couldn’t help but worry that her brother-in-law would also encourage the monarch to cut her and Prince Harry off for good.

However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.

There’s no indication that Prince William has been tasked to organize the queen’s Platinum Jubilee guest list. After all, this job is usually given to Her Majesty’s staff.

It’s not also true that Prince William banned Markle from attending the queen’s Platinum Jubilee because he doesn’t have the power to make this call.

In fact, some royal insiders are convinced that Prince Harry and Markle will receive a commemorative model on Feb. 6 as part of the monarch’s Platinum Jubilee.

However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will most likely accept the recognition virtually because they are still unable to travel to the United Kingdom, according to Daily Mail