Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly set to attend friend Misha NoNoo's wedding in Italy this weekend, where they could have an awkward run-in.
Page Six reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning on going to the designer's wedding in Rome on Friday. She's set to marry energy entrepreneur Michael Hess in a gown that she made herself.
"There's no way that Meghan wouldn't be at Misha's wedding," a source confirmed. "No way at all."
That being said, the list of expected guests at the nuptials could present an awkward situation for the royal couple: While they're likely happy that fellow members of the royal family Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice will be there, they may be cautious about the fact that Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner are also on the guest list.
As you may recall, things got tense back in June when the Trump family went to Buckingham Palace during their official state visit to the United Kingdom, which came days after Ivanka's father, Donald Trump, called Meghan "nasty" in response to her comments in 2016 referring to Trump as "divisive" and "misogynistic."
Before a private lunch during the visit, Harry was photographed chatting with Ivanka before he "drifted off" and "noticeably hung back" during the heavily-watched moment. Trump said later that he and Harry "didn't talk about" his controversial war of words with Meghan during the visit.
For her part, Meghan skipped welcoming the Trumps altogether (their visit came less than a month after she gave birth to her first child, Archie Harrison). Despite her being on maternity leave, British TV host Piers Morgan accused Meghan of "deliberately" snubbing Trump.
So, when Harry and Meghan attend Misha's star-studded wedding this weekend (other expected guests include Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Ellie Goulding, Karlie Kloss and husband Joshua Kushner, Jared's brother), all eyes will be on whether or not they have a run-in with Ivanka and Jared.
The wedding, according to Hola!, will be at legendary Italian film studio Cinecittá. It's Misha's second wedding in Italy: She wed Alexander Gilkes in Venice in 2012. He's now dating tennis player Maria Sharapova.
Misha and Meghan recently joined forced on a capsule clothing collection benefiting Smart Works, which focuses its efforts on providing unemployed women clothing for job interviews. While promoting the launch last week, Misha called criticism that Harry and Meghan have received in the press "unjust" and urged the public to "focus on the good work that they do."
Meghan and Harry are expected to head to South Africa with Archie three days after Misha Nonoo's wedding.