Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Were Guests at Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s Vow Renewal
In July 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle bought a house in Montecito, a Santa Barbara town known for its well-appointed mansions, natural beauty, and its many celebrity residents, and they reportedly soon became close to a number of their neighbors. Meghan and Harry joined a few of those major names at a party on January 31 when Portia de Rossi surprised Ellen DeGeneres with a vow renewal ceremony officiated by Kris Jenner.
On Thursday, DeGeneres announced the ceremony on her social media and shared videos from it to her YouTube ceremony, and a few eagle-eye viewers spotted Harry standing among other guests on one side of the room and a visibly emotional Meghan on the other. An insider confirmed that Meghan and Harry were present to Page Six. “They indeed attended and had a wonderful time celebrating Portia’s birthday and the couple’s vow renewal,” the insider said, adding that they are “close friends.”
According to People, other guests at the event included Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston, Carol Burnett, Courteney Cox—who Harry talks about meeting in his memoir, Spare— Melissa Etheridge, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom. Brandi Carlile also performed at the party.
Meghan has actually been friends with the daytime host, whose long-running show is coming to an end in May 2022, since before she met Harry. In 2016, she told Canadian magazine Best Health that she bonded with DeGeneres and de Rossi when they encouraged her to adopt a rescue dog. In November 2021, Meghan appeared as a guest on The Ellen Show where she talked about some of her early experiences as a struggling actor and played a hidden camera game at a local crafts market. She also mentioned that DeGeneres and de Rossi joined her to trick-or-treat with her children, Archie and Lili Mountbatten-Windsor.
There’s still no word about whether Meghan and Harry are going to appear at another major party this spring. Earlier this week, sources close to King Charles III told Vanity Fair that the monarch will likely invite the couple to his coronation ceremony on May 6, despite the unflattering revelations in Harry’s book. “Charles is a forgiving person by nature, and he wants to move on,” said one insider. “He also cannot imagine being crowned, the most important moment of his life, without both his sons witnessing the moment.”
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