Sheku Kanneh-Mason starred at Meghan and Harry’s wedding. Now he has a problem

  • Sheku Kanneh-Mason was 19 when he starred in 2018 at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle. The musician is still touring, but recently encountered some problems at the office
  • The British government department responsible for immigration policy has revoked the man’s passport, which the cellist reported on Twitter. “I was left with NO explanations, NO help, and now WITHOUT a passport …” – he wrote
  • Kanneh-Mason turned to Internet users with help, informing that the current situation blocks him from earning money at concerts
  • After a few days of nerves, he finally obtained the appropriate document, which he boasted on Twitter
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On May 19, 2018, half of the world turned their eyes to the castle in British Windsor, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married. The ceremony was broadcast live, thanks to which thousands of viewers could follow the course of the event on an ongoing basis.

See also: Their wedding was like a fairy tale. Meghan and Harry said “yes” three years ago

Virtually the entire royal family was present at the wedding of Meghan and Harry, as well as friends and relatives of the bride and groom. There was also a fabulous setting, and the participants included, among others Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cellist and winner of the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition. He completed a beautiful picture that took place at the British royal court with his game.

Now the cellist is in trouble, as reported on Twitter. It turns out that Sheku Kanneh-Mason was left without a valid passport. All because The Home Office, the UK government department responsible for immigration policy, security and public order, canceled his document.

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Sheku Kanneh-Mason starred at Meghan and Harry’s wedding. Now he has a problem

It all happened when Sheku Kanneh-Mason went to the office to get himself a new passport. A musician whose father is from Antigua and Barbuda (an island in the Caribbean Sea) and mother from Sierra Leone (West Africa) has applied for a document in order to apply for a visa and international work permit. A few days later, he discovered that the Home Office had canceled his first passport without giving any specific reason.

“I applied for an additional UK passport to assist with visa and work permit applications, instead I received my original dated refund, canceled on June 10th. NO explanation, NO help and now NO passport …“- wrote Sheku Kanneh-Mason on Twitter, sharing a photo of the invalidated passport.

The document has been cut at one corner. It is worth adding that the musician’s sister did not have similar problems, Isata Kanneh-Masonwho received a new document within a week and also regained her original passport.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason also asked Internet users for help via Facebook. The musician at Meghan and Harry’s wedding said he still couldn’t figure out why his passport had been canceled and a new one had not been issued, but his questions remained unanswered by officials.

“Despite the constant phone calls, I have no explanation, no help to come, and no way to meet the commitments I have contracted. Please give me some ideas as soon as possible“- wrote the cellist.

After several troubled days, Sheku Kanneh-Mason finally obtained a passport. Following the recommendations of Internet users, he contacted the Home Office secretariat for explanations. Soon he received a new document, which he praised on Twitter.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason also got an apology from the Home Office:

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