The Duchess of Sussex came under fierce criticism after her bodyguards forbade the public to take pictures of the Royal during a Wimbledon competition last Thursday – although 12,000 members of the public were present at the event. But the Royal expert Dickie Arbiter told Nine News Australia that he was of the opinion that the upset was possibly the result of miscommunication between the Royal and her security team – a phenomenon that plagued the duchess and the prince because of the intimidation of their staff. Commenting on the incident at the Wimbledon tennis tournament, Nine News host Georgie Gardner said: “There has undoubtedly been a lot of criticism for the couple being late.
“And you wonder – how much more can they take before it gets really dirty?”
Mr. Arbiter replied: “It’s interesting. They have a new press secretary: Sara Latham.
“And I wonder if they listen to her or if she advises them.
“There is a little ‘red carpet fever’ when people first go to Buckingham Palace or work for the Royals.
“They don’t know how to take them.
“They are afraid of insulting them. They are afraid of really saying ‘no, you can’t do that.’
“So what happens is that it is ultimately the Royals who are not advised or given the wrong advice.
“And I suspect that probably the advice does not go to them.
And if the advice goes to them and they don’t listen, they will just have to suffer the consequences. “
Meghan Markle made two huge “faux pas” while watching Serena Williams, the son’s friend, during the tennis championships last week.
According to The Times, she made few friends when she appeared in the members’ section of the All England Club while wearing jeans. Etiquette for the event means that those in the area are expected to dress in formal clothes.
Organizers also criticized her ‘paranoia self-confidence’ after her bodyguards were forced to tell tennis fans to stop breaking the duchess.
One member, who has been in the club for 30 years, commented: “She is not allowed to wear jeans.”
A source near the All England Club said: “She wanted to become incognito but there were problems.
“They couldn’t invite her into the royal coffin because she was wearing jeans, but that didn’t really matter, because she just wanted to come and see Serena.
“Andy Murray was afterwards on Court 1 and it was a huge faux pas not to see a Brit when she was registered with the royal family.”
And an officer went on and added, “It was a nightmare, she was a nightmare.”
Meghan disturbed feathers after her staff reportedly ordered people in the stands to stop taking her photo while appearing.