New mum Meghan Markle looked enamoured with her eight-week-old son Archie today, when she arrived at a charity polo match to support her husband Harry. "Kate was pretty taken aback and said she would never do that, which only set Meghan off more". "Meghan and Harry wanted to protect them from the inevitable onslaught: 'When did you meet them?" While the new mom is still on maternity leave, it seems as though she's taking on a new venture. First, people were upset with the duchess for her no-photo policy while sitting in the stands, and, now, a Wimbledon official just called her a "nightmare" for committing a fashion faux pas at the games.
She claims she hadn't even realised she was sitting near Meghan when a royal protection officer told her: "Would you not take photographs of the Duchess. "She's here in a private capacity", Jones said.
The photos were blocked despite Wimbledon's court hosting almost 15,000 people, with millions more watching at home. It's frankly hypocritical and they're not private people, they're the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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Meghan Markle is guest editing the upcoming issue, and ET has learned that the Duchess of Sussex is expected to participate in some photos at her new residence at Frogmore to supplement her collaboration with the United Kingdom fashion magazine. "He appeared a bit mystified as to why he was being asked to make such a request".
"Apart from anything else, there were hundreds of people clicking away". The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are so happy to share the joy of this day with members of the public who have been incredibly supportive since the birth of their son.
Morgan's comments come after Harry and Meghan held a private christening for baby Archie last weekend.
Despite the royal's best attempts to keep the godparents under wraps, rumours have now surfaced about Prince Harry's former "wingman" Charlie van Straubenzee, as well as his former nanny Tiggy Legge Bourke, were among those chosen.