REALITY queen Kim Kardashian couldn’t make it to the hottest show in town after she was denied tickets to Trooping the Color.
Yesterday, Meghan and Harry joined the royals, including Kate and her three children, in a spectacular parade to mark the Queen’s birthday at the Horse Guards Parade.
Millionaire American celebrity Kim, 41, who made a name for herself on the reality show Keeping up the Kardashians, tried to buy a pair of tickets for her and Pete Davidson.
Curvy Kim and her actor hubby made the bet while on holiday in London this week and were caught by the paparazzi in posh celebrity hotspots.
They wanted to sit down and watch the pomp and ceremony of the Irish Guards 90-minute musical parade and see Prince Charles, Prince William and Princess Anne on horseback.
The 90-minute party has been dubbed “the hottest ticket in town” as the royal family, including Meghan, Harry, Kate, Camilla, Beatrice and younger family members, came together to watch the show.
Millions also watched the event, which marked the start of the four-day weekend, on television in the UK, with images broadcast around the world.
But the organizers of the event were turned off at the request of the TV star, as tickets had already been sold out to military families and military dignitaries.
An impeccably located source told Kristen Bell Tattoos that the Department of Defense “politely” turned down Kim’s request for better seats in the house.
A source said, “Kim Kardashian wanted tickets for her and Pete Davidson to attend Trooping the Color.
“The Queen’s Birthday Parade was the hottest event in town as Meghan and Harry joined Kate, William and all the members of the royal family.
“But they were refused, since all the tickets went to family members of military personnel and military dignitaries.
“You can’t wave the celebrity card and get a seat, you think, maybe at Wimbledon or at the city’s most exclusive restaurants.
“There are tickets you just can’t buy.
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“They obviously didn’t understand that Trooping the Color is a military parade held 260 years ago to celebrate the birthday of the monarch.
“But we don’t need American reality TV stars to be on Trooping the Color’s top list. The biggest celebrities in the world are already there – the British royal family.”
They missed the rousing music as the Prince of Wales took the royal salute and inspected the troops of the Household Division on behalf of the Queen.
He was joined on the parade ground by the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal on horseback.
Camilla and Kate traveled with George, Charlotte and Louis from Buckingham Palace in an open-top Barouche carriage.
They were followed by Edward and Sophie and their children, Lady Louise and Viscount Severn, also in the barouch.
The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester arrived with Anne’s husband Tim Lawrence in a Balmoral Landau carriage.
The Duchess of Cambridge upped the ante by wearing a white Alexander McQueen gown and matching Philip Tracy hat.
More than 1,200 officers and soldiers of the economic division will parade the horse guards along with hundreds of army musicians and about 240 horses.
Horseguards Parade has hosted Trooping the Color for over 260 years and also hosts beach volleyball at the 2012 London Olympics.
Animal rights activists linked to eco-protesters Extinction Rebellion have been arrested after disrupting the start of a platinum anniversary celebration by storming a mall during the Trooping the Color parade.
The footage shows police making arrests after protesters jumped over barriers as the Grenadier Guards marched forward.
This was the first landing in the Horse Guards since Covid-19 broke out.