Britain's Prince Charles is "too old" to attend the Princess Diana memorial concert in July. Charles reportedly thinks the line-up for the Concert for Diana - picked by his sons Princes William and Harry to reflect their mother's tastes and their own - is too young for him.
Acts set to perform include Sir Elton John, Duran Duran, Joss Stone and Pharrell Williams.
A Clarence House spokesman on Thursday said. "The concert is really for the younger generation to enjoy. William and Harry are organizing the guest list.
"There will be a memorial service for Diana on August 31, which will be an event for all generations of the Windsors to come together."
Charles, 58, and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will stay away from the concert at London's Wembley Stadium, which takes place in the late princess' birthday, July 1.
Lily Allen, Kanye West, Rod Stewart and James Morrison on Thursday were added to the line-up.
It has also been confirmed that Sir Elton, will perform his revised version of "Candle In The Wind" which he sang at Diana's funeral in 1997.
Prince Harry will seek a leave of absence from his Army duties to attend the concert and the two princes plan to pay tribute to their mother from the stage during the event.
Madonna and Genesis have opted not to appear at the Concert for Diana and will instead perform at climate change event Live Earth, which will also be held at Wembley Stadium.