The Duke of York spoke very highly of his own father Kenneth when the pair met in 1935

She added: ‘It doesn’t matter what his ultimate goal was, or made out to be, but he did come here with the purpose of being here. He knew that he would be remembered.’

The guest list that Prince William reportedly stayed at has now been revealed, with 130 people invited to the Downing Street dinner.

The event takes place four days before the Prince’s wedding in Wales, while the Queen will be absent as she is in a state visit in Canada.

The guest list that Prince William reportedly stayed at has now been revealed

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and William posed for a picture at the Happy Hangers tea party in Manchester at the request of actress Sue Johnston

Having some star power on offer from the royal family is seen as a good way to improve Prince William’s profile before the big day.

The Prime Minister was also a guest, as were hundreds of people from around the world at the afternoon tea, held at the North Manchester Industrial Estate to raise funds for The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

Mr and Mrs Cameron were out with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

They were also pictured with former Countess of Wessex and Countess of Wessex, many of the guests attending the event are guests of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate Middleton.

The guests included the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and William’s parents, Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer.

A statement from the Labour MP for Leyland said that ‘people didn’t care who anybody was’ and claims William’s father Kenneth made the remarks at the dinner.

The live feed from the governor’s residence is up now. There are updates on social media and a live feed on the Downing Street website.

A Labour MP for Leyland said people didn’t care who anybody was after the dinner