Meghan Markle Asked People Not To Take Photos At Wimbledon

Meghan Markle Asked People Not To Take Photos At Wimbledon

She paired it with what look like her trusty Castañer espadrille wedges.

They later treated the public to a couple of pictures from the christening, taken by royal photographer Chris Allerton.

A royal source explained, "It's not uncommon for personal protection officers accompanying any members of the royal family to ask people not to take pictures so they can engage with people and events rather than camera phones".

Kim Sears, wife of Andy Murray, showed support for the tennis player during the men's doubles second round match on the Day Four of the Wimbledon Championship.

Meghan is being criticised for allegedly instructing her bodyguard to restrict her interaction with the public as she was attending Wimbledon in a private capacity.

Meghan opted for a Khaki dress at the polo match.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex is expected to make her first red carpet appearance since giving birth to son Archie at The Lion King premiere in London on Saturday. "A, it's rankly hypocritical, B, they're not private people, they're the Duke and Duchess of Sussex", Morgan said.

We have to say that, earrings are quite an outrageous and nitpicky details to get angry about.

They've both got a head start with the lovely beginnings of their own families - with Prince Harry and Meghan having just welcomed their first child, Archie Harrison, and Patrick having just welcomed a baby in 2018 after saying "I do" to Troian Bellisario in 2016. The tweet shows a black and white photo of The Duke and Duchess with their son. They thank you for your kindness in welcoming their first born and celebrating this special moment.

Photos of royal family at the Windsor Castle finally let the public see the baby Archie's entire face for the first time. Their son, Archie, was baptised wearing the handmade replica of the royal christening gown which has been worn by royal infants for the last 11 years.

Piers also tweeted his followers calling the duchess's actions "absurd". According to body language expert Judi James, she said that Kate looked "ready to flee" and also described Prince William as looking like he was in "nightclub bouncer mode".