Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly didn't have the desire to meet with President Donald Trump and Melania during their four day visit to London and they expressed their lack of interest to other royal family members in discussions regarding the visit in the days prior.
The royals reportedly turned their nose up at the U.S. president.
During the planning of the visit, Charles and William made it clear they did want to be involved in Trump's trip to Windsor Castle, it has been reported.
It looks like Prince William, 36, his wife Kate Middleton, 36, and his dad Prince Charles, 69, aren't huge fans of President Donald Trump, 72.
A royal source told the Sunday Times: 'This business of Prince Charles and William not being there for the Trump visit was a snub. It is very very unusual for the Queen to be there on her own.
Trump's visit was not a state visit, and other sources at Buckingham Palace and Downing Street told the Times that the plan had always been for Trump to meet exclusively with the queen, and denied the report that the refusal to meet with Trump was an intentional rebuke.
Yet the source claims: "He goes to what he wants to go to, and if he had wanted to be there he could have been".
The Duke of Cambridge took part in a charity polo match while the Duke of Sussex had private engagements.
The Times went on to quote a Whitehall official who explained that Trump's visit with the Queen was "kept to a bare minimum", and that other members of the royal family "were not as enthusiastic as they were when Obama came over".