There are five living former Prime Ministers: Sir John Major (1990-1997), Tony Blair (1997-2007), Gordon Brown (2007-2010), David Cameron (2010-2016) and Theresa May (2016-2019). Speaking to the Mail on Sunday a source said: “John Major basically blanked David Cameron and Theresa May and would only talk to his fellow anti-Brexit chums Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. The three of them were huddled together whispering and ignoring everyone else.”
A Whitehall source explained: “Major has made no secret of the fact that he loathes Johnson because of Brexit and just scowled at him.
“It used to be a case of Gordon and Tony glaring at each other at these things, but this was far worse.”
Another source bemoaned: “It was bordering on rude.”
It is understood Mrs May attempted to initiate small talk before the group left to attend the wreath laying at The Cenotaph.
Sir John Major is believed to have snubbed David Cameron and Theresa May (Image: GETTY)
Then Chancellor Gordon Brown with then PM Tony Blair in 2005 (Image: GETTY)
Both Mr Cameron and Mrs May resigned due to Brexit, the former after losing the referendum and the latter after failing to get her withdrawal agreement through the Commons.
A former advisor to Mr Cameron, Laura Trott has been confirmed as the Tory candidate for Sevenoaks.
Ms Trott made an appearance on Newsnight earlier this year in which she predicted Boris Johnson would become party leader but fail to get a deal forcing a general election which would see Jeremy Corbyn become Prime Minister.
Speculation earlier in the year suggested Mr Cameron himself was eyeing Sevenoaks for a potential political comeback.
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A former advisor to Mr Cameron is hoping to replace Sir Michael Fallon as Sevenoaks MP (Image: GETTY)