On Sunday night, Donald Trump's interview with British TV host Piers Morgan was broadcasted. The two men addressed a variety of topics, with the president even breaking his silence about not getting an invitation to the upcoming Royal Wedding.

Trump and Royal Wedding

When it was announced that Prince Harry was engaged to American actress Meghan Markle, all eyes were set on the Royal Wedding. News outlets around the world were captivated by the details surrounding the upcoming event, including back in the United States. For Americans, the unanswered question was whether or not President Donald Trump would receive an invitation.

It's been well-documented that the couple are not fans of the former host of "The Apprentice," with Markle having describe Trump in the past as "divisive" and also "misogynistic."

In recent months, speculation has increased about whether Trump would be invited due to being the American presiden, as well as whether or not former President Barack Obama would attend due to being friends with Prince Harry. According to The Sun on January 28, Trump has decided to open up.

While speaking to Piers Morgan in an interview that aired on Sunday night, Donald Trump admitted that hasn't been invited to the Royal Wedding.

"Not that I know of," Trump said in regards to if he's received the invitation. Morgan then pressed Trump on whether or not he even wanted to go, to which he replied, "I want them to be happy. I really want them to be happy. They look like a lovely couple."

"Meghan Markle did say you were a divisive misogynist," Piers Morgan asked in a follow-up question.

"Well," Trump said, adding, "I still hope they’re happy." In addition, Trump also spoke about his mother, Scottish-borb Mary Anne MacLeod Trump, and her love for the United Kingdom and the Royal Family. "She had a love for the Royal Family. She really respected the Queen, and she loved the pomp and ceremony," he said.

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The Royal Wedding is penciled in for Saturday, May 19 and will take place at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England. As of press time, Donald Trump and Melania Trump have not been invited, and speculation has increased on if Barack Obama and Michelle Obama will be attending. While Trump is not popular in the United States, with an approval rating consistently under 40 percent, his standing internationally is not any better. Just last week, Trump visited Davos, Switzerland to attend the World Economic Forum, while thousands took to the streets to protest his arrival.