Foreign office apologises after Princess Mary of Denmark invited to Queen’s funeral by MISTAKE

The Foreign Office has offered its ‘profound apologies’ to the Danish Royal family after Princess Mary was invited to Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral by mistake.

The FCDO sent an apology to the Danish Royal Household via the Danish Embassy, a spokesperson told MailOnline on Tuesday.

The Danish Royal family had originally confirmed Princess Mary’s attendance on September 13, with a statement to say that ‘HM The Queen and the Crown Prince Couple [will be] present at the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II’.

However, in a statement released days later, they said that only ‘Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness The Crown Prince’ would ‘participate from Denmark’ – making no mention of Princess Mary’s absence.  

A mistake in the invitation to Queen Margrethe II is what led to the error, according to Dutch media.

However, the invitation mistakenly led the Danish Royal family to believe that the Queen’s guest, her son Prince Frederik, could also bring a plus one. 

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