Prince Harry was called “Hollywood Harry” after allegedly declining an invitation to attend a memorial service.

One netizen shared a snap on Twitter about the Duke of Sussex getting an invite as Colonel in Chief of the Royal Marines to attend the memorial service to the 11 young marines who were blown by an IRA bomb 30 years ago. However, Prince Harry’s reportedly declined because he was already booked for six months.

Prince Harry was questioned where he was and it turned out that he was at the premiere of “The Lion King” with his showbiz pals. The post concluded with a statement that about 4,000 people showed up at the memorial service to hear the Royal Marine band and said that “sadly” Prince Harry was too busy.

The post gained mixed reactions from other online users. Some slammed Prince Harry while others defended him.

“Wow he couldn’t even send a representative? But he’ll take the people’s money. He was off with his show biz wife. How horrible,” one user wrote.

“I am afraid he is not so popular a guy since he met Miss Meghan. Wish she would conform but she wants it all on her terms... Shame on her,” a different user commented.

Another user said that when Kate Middleton missed the Irish Guards event a few years back, the Duchess of Cambridge made headlines and was roasted before asking why Prince Harry boycotting the memorial event wasn’t reported.

Another netizen questioned the post and asked for proof that Prince Harry was really invited to the event. The same user told the netizen who shared the post to provide a copy of the letter declining the invitation.

Meanwhile, another user wrote that Prince Harry’s attendance at “The Lion King” premiere was still work.

“But funds raised from lion king supports the invictus games. You know for badly wounded soldiers and their families. So it was a work event. Like his office said he was busy. But if he wasn't married to Meghan I'm sure she wouldn't say this,” the user wrote.

Prince Harry and Markle met Beyoncé and Jay-Z at “The Lion King” premiere. However, the “Halo” singer upstaged the duchess after arriving late due to a wardrobe malfunction.

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Prince Harry is pictured attending a Commonwealth Day Youth Event on March 11, 2019 in London, England. Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images