It seemed that the royal wedding is steer clearing from politics as Kensington Palace announced that political leaders are "not required" in the May 19 event.
Also invited is Rosie Ginday (pictured below), 34, whose social enterprise baking firm Miss Macaroon provides training for disadvantaged young people in Birmingham, which the couple visited last month.
At the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle there'll be celebrities, dignitaries and probably some sporting stars.
The decision was reached after royal officials consulted with the British government to go over protocol and precedent.
A Kensington Palace source confirmed the Obamas would not be attending and said the wedding guests would be people who have an existing direct relationship with the groom or the bride or with both.
This is not a surprising move from the couple, who were both known for their charitable and humanitarian work.
Harry and Meghan are doing it their own way, that's for sure.
Donald Trump won't be getting an invitation to the wedding of the UK's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. "President and Mrs. Obama are not coming to the wedding, but the couples look forward to seeing each other soon".
Although let's be honest we would probably invite Barack and Michelle if it was our wedding.
Instead, the guest list will reportedly be reserved for close friends and family only.
The 30-year-old, from Ballymena, Northern Ireland, is involved with ABF The Soldiers' Charity and has competed in team trials for next year's Invictus Games, set up by Prince Harry.
On that occasion, Buckingham Palace responded that Major was invited in his role as former guardian of William and Harry when their mother Diana died in 1997, not for his status as a former prime minister.
The invitees come from across the United Kingdom and include charity workers, injured servicemen and young community leaders, according to a statement published Tuesday.
Pamela Anomneze from Haringey. "Here are the stories of some of the people who will be joining the celebrations in the grounds of Windsor Castle on May 19th".