Reports say Meghan, 37, and Kate are not on friendly terms - but will they put their reported differences behind them at the polo match? It marks the first time Archie has been spotted publicly since Meghan and Prince Harry debuted him to the world in May, just days after his birth. "I never expected to hear anything back or for her to wear it!" the jeweler exclaimed. 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. I'm sorry Harry, because I love Harry.
"A private capacity, at Wimbledon?".
The photos were blocked despite Wimbledon's court hosting almost 15,000 people, with millions more watching at home.
Meghan Markle's supporters are once again coming to her defense in the wake of fresh criticism over her efforts to protect her privacy. "That said, it's ridiculous not to expect members of the public to take "some" pictures at such a public event - as long as its not "too" intrusive". TV star Kirstie Allsopp said: "If you earn money by entertaining, in sport or media, or by being a member of the royal family, photos are part of the deal - because you're bloody lucky to have the privileges that come with the jobs & the wages". It's frankly hypocritical and they're not private people, they're the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Having been informed of the request by a royal protection officer, Ms. Jones insisted that it was yet another "another example of silly control freakery".
"I told him it was bonkers and that even if I had been trying to snap the Duchess I'd have got a blurry picture of her right ear".
Touching on the rumours that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are "fighting" with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, O'Neal said, "I think Kate really gets it. The godparents, keeping with their wishes, will remain private".