Meghan Markle and Prince Harry befriend Hollywood mega star after major falling out with A-listers

The Sussexes and John Travolta

The trio were at the Sussexes' Archwell party

Holly Bishop

By Holly Bishop

Published: 08/08/2023

- 16:16

The trio were spotted at The Beverly Hills Hotel in LA

Meghan and Harry have become friends with superstar John Travolta, after their public fallout with some of Hollywood’s biggest A-listers.

The pair have been spending time with the Grease actor at the star-studded The Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.

Travolta shot to stardom in the 1977 dance drama Saturday Night Fever, which featured songs by the Bee Gees.

It’s not the Pulp Fiction’s star first encounter with the royals, as he famously danced with Harry’s mother Princess Diana at a White House gala dinner in 1985.

John Travolta

Travolta shot to stardom in the 1977 dance drama Saturday Night Fever


The two twirled around the dance floor for 15 minutes in front of many spectators, including US President Ronald Reagan and Clint Eastwood.

Travolta called the evening “one of the highlights of my life”.

Now, Travolta has become friendly with Princess Diana’s son, socialising with him and his wife Meghan at the hotel’s ultra-VIP Polo Lounge.

The trio shared food and drinks at the spot popular with fellow A-Listers, where a salad can cost £1,500.

The hotel was hosting a party for the couple’s Archwell foundation.

An insider has said that “they all got on extremely well”.

The couple are also said to remain “very close friends” with Oprah, who conducted the controversial interview with the pair two-and-a-half years ago.

Meghan and Harry have publicly fallen out with a number of A-listers, including the Beckhams.

Harry and Meghan

The couple have fallen out with lots of A-listers


The two accused the football star and Posh Spice of leaking stories to the press.

Harry arrived in Toyko today for his charity Sentebale. Meghan has not accompanied him.

Harry and Meghan, who packed up for the US in 2020, are due to kick off the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The commemoration for the Queen’s death is the day after, yet the pair have been left off of the invite list.

“There hasn’t been any outreach to them”, a source commented.

The Sussexes visit to Germany in September will be their first joint appearance in Europe since Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.

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