Kim Kardashian snubbed for Jubilee Party after travelling to UK for celebrations

The showbiz star and her boyfriend Pete Davidson were reportedly shocked to be turned down for an invite to celebrations on Saturday

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Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson have reportedly been left shocked after their application to attend the Jubilee Party was turned down.

The BBC revealed they had received representations from the showbiz megastars to attend their party, but were snubbed.

Kim, 41, was reportedly left surprised by the snub, with the couple making a rare trip to the UK especially for the Jubille.

A source close to Kardashian said: "Kim rarely gets turned down to attend any event, so this has been quite surprising, especially as she doesn't visit the UK often."

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim and Saturday Night Live funnyman Davidson were photographed in London in the days leading up to the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Dressed in casual clothes, the pair went on a casual date to London's river cafe earlier this week.

Queen Elizabeth II arrives to symbolically lead the lighting of the principal Jubilee beacon at Windsor Castle
Queen Elizabeth II arrives to symbolically lead the lighting of the principal Jubilee beacon at Windsor Castle

The Queen symbolically led the lighting of the principal Platinum Jubilee beacon in a spectacular end to the first day of historic national commemorations celebrating her 70-year-reign yesterday.

The monarch’s late-night appearance at Windsor Castle rounded off the start to joyful festivities which saw the Queen take to the Buckingham Palace balcony surrounded by her family.

But it was also announced the head of state would miss a national service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral in London on Friday after experiencing “discomfort” during Thursday’s events.

In a statement, Buckingham Palace said the Queen “greatly enjoyed” her Trooping birthday parade, but taking into account the journey and activity required to participate, she had reluctantly decided not to attend the service the next day.

Hours later, she rallied as planned to take part in a special dual beacon-lighting ceremony with the Duke of Cambridge.

William watched his grandmother on a large screen in front of Buckingham Palace, while the Queen triggered the lighting of the principal beacon – a 69ft tall Tree of Trees sculpture outside her London residence – from Windsor.

The Queen touched the Commonwealth of Nations Globe to start the lighting of the main beacon 22 miles away.