Camilla Parker Bowles may snub Princess Beatrice’s royal wedding next year. The future Queen Consort didn’t also attend Princess Eugenie’s wedding on Oct. 12, 2018.

At that time, Prince Charles’ wife had scheduled engagements with a number of children on the exact day of Princess Eugenie’s nuptials. Royal expert Victoria Arbiter said that the Duchess of Cornwall cannot just reschedule her engagement to attend a royal wedding before her duties are more important.

But a source told The Telegraph at that time that Camilla doesn’t have a royal engagement on Oct. 12. Rather, she organized a party for some of her friends. The source said that Camilla knew about Princess Eugenie’s wedding eight months prior to the actual date so it’s quite surprising that she would organize a party on the same day.

According to New Idea, Camilla may skip Princess Beatrice’s wedding but for an entirely different reason. It is unlikely that she will have an engagement scheduled on the day that Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi will tie the knot.

But the publication claimed that Camilla is still at odds with Sarah Ferguson. And this may be the reason why she won’t attend Princess Beatrice’s wedding.

Fergie was very close to Princess Diana when she was still alive. And the Princess of Wales was married to Prince Charles when the latter had an affair with Camilla. This must have angered Fergie.

Royal experts also hinted on the possibility of Camilla being jealous of Prince Andrew’s ex-wife. In the book “Sarah: HRH The Duchess of York,” royal author Ingrid Seward said that Queen Elizabeth II was very accepting of Ferguson and the Queen Mother liked her at once.

Even though the mom of two had a slew of boyfriends before she got married to Prince Andrew, this didn’t seem like a problem to the senior royals. However, Camilla didn’t receive the same reception from the Queen and Prince Philip. But this may because her relationship with Prince Charles started as an affair.

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Camilla attends an engagement on the beach during the official royal visit to Grenada on March 23, 2019 in Saint George's, Grenada. Getty Images/Chris Jackson