Prince Harry and Meghan have come under fire after releasing pictures of themselves for Remembrance Day.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were accused of making the special day which commemorates fallen soldiers “about themselves” after posting photos of them attending a Veterans Day ceremony in New York.
Royal expert Russell Myers hit out at the associate over their tribute.
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He criticised the royal associate for featuring too heavily in the imagery.
He additional that they risked making themselves the focus of the tribute.
“Perhaps they shouldn’t have been in the photos,” he said on the Pod Save The Queen podcast.
“If you’d just had their backs and another picture of the wreath they’d laid, I think that would have been appropriate.
“It’s just, I think, the criticism labelled at them, saying that once again had been made about themselves is a case to answer, unfortunately. Because I was just shocked at the number of photographs that were then put out to the world’s media.”
Prince Harry was reportedly ‘refused permission to have a Remembrance Day wreath laid for him’, according to reports.
The Duke of Sussex reportedly requested a wreath be laid, but was denied on the basis he no longer represents the monarchy, leaving him “deeply saddened”, it’s claimed.
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