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Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson denied tickets to Platinum Jubilee parties

She’s not maintaining with actual royalty.

Kim Kardashian flew to London largely to get into official VIP occasions to have fun the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II — simply to get refused no less than twice, in accordance to studies.

“Kim Kardashian wanted tickets for her and Pete Davidson to attend Trooping the Colour,” a source told The Sun of the official parade Thursday that celebrated the queen’s document 70 years on the throne.

“The Queen’s birthday parade was the hottest ticket in town … But they were turned down as all the tickets had gone to family members of servicemen and military VIPs,” mentioned the insider, whom The Sun described as “an impeccably-placed source.”

“There are some tickets you just can’t buy,” the supply mentioned, insisting that the royal household doesn’t “need American reality TV stars.”

“The biggest celebrities in the world are already there — the British Royal Family,” the insider mentioned.

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The official parade Thursday celebrated the queen’s document 70 years on the throne.
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The 41-year-old actuality star — who has been photographed in London this week with 28-year-old lover Davidson — was “politely” turned down by the UK’s Ministry of Defense, The Sun mentioned.

She then suffered comparable humiliation whereas attempting to get tickets for Platinum Party on the Palace on Saturday — even after saying she didn’t thoughts in the event that they have been “not VIP,” a source told the Daily Mail.

Kardashian and her “Saturday Night Live” beau have been turned down by each the Palace in addition to the BBC, which is broadcasting the present, the UK paper mentioned.

“Kim rarely gets turned down to attend any event, so this has been quite surprising, especially as she doesn’t visit the UK often,” the paper’s supply mentioned.

“Kim and Pete love the Royal Family and really wanted to be a part of this special celebration.”

Kim’s representatives declined to remark, the Mail mentioned.

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