Don't expect to see the Presidential family at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011. The Obama's did not receive an invitation!

The reason behind the snub? According to a source that spoke to UK's The Daily Mail, since William is not the heir to the throne, the wedding will not be considered a "state occasion." Which means that the soon-to-be newlyweds won't be required to include heads of states on the guest list.

President Obama NOT Invited to the Royal Wedding

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The guests who will be invited to the royal wedding of the 28 year olds are charity workers and members of the public. "It is certainly not the case that all foreign heads of state will be excluded. The guest list is still being drawn up and could change, but as things stand it's right to say Mr. Obama will not invited," the source said.

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Prince William and Kate's wedding is expected to be the most-watched royal nuptials since Charles and Diana's in 1980 and will take place at Westminster Abbey in London.

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