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Meghan and Harry cannot expect privacy these days if every person they meet has a smartphone, a former royal editor claims

Meghan and Harry expect unequal privacy because everyone they meet has a smartphone, the Royal editors claim – after tennis fans were ordered not to take photos of the Duchess at Wimbledon

  • Tim Ewart says that & # 39; nothing more private & # 39; is for members of the royal family
  • Meghan criticized earlier this week for not demanding photos at Wimbledon
  • Duchess claimed she was in a & # 39; private position & # 39; was to see Serena Williams
  • Former ITV editor says that Harry and William have modernized the monarchy
  • Queen was keen for princes to appeal to and connect with the younger generation
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Meghan and Harry cannot expect privacy if everyone they meet has a smartphone, a former royal editor has claimed.

ITV & # 39; s Tim Ewart said that & # 39; nothing more personal & # 39; is about being a member of the royal family when everyone is armed with a camera at public places.

Earlier this week, the Duchess of Sussex, 37, & # 39; became childish & # 39; branded after her bodyguards had warned tennis fans not to take photos of her at Wimbledon.

Meghan made a surprise visit to Court 1 last Thursday to cheer up friend Serena Williams with friends – and led a fight after the argument was made that she was there & # 39; on a private level & # 39; was, even though there were 12,000 people in the arena and millions watching on TV.

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Meghan and Harry cannot expect privacy these days if every person they meet has a smartphone, a former royal editor claims

Meghan and Harry cannot expect privacy these days if every person they meet has a smartphone, a former royal editor claims

Earlier this week, the Duchess of Sussex became & # 39; childish & # 39; branded after her bodyguards had warned tennis fans not to take photos of her at Wimbledon

Earlier this week, the Duchess of Sussex became & # 39; childish & # 39; branded after her bodyguards had warned tennis fans not to take photos of her at Wimbledon

Earlier this week, the Duchess of Sussex became & # 39; childish & # 39; branded after her bodyguards had warned tennis fans not to take photos of her at Wimbledon

A royal source later claimed that the photo ban was in force, so that the Duchess could make contact with people instead of camera phones.

Speak up Royal Box from Yahoo News, Ewart said: & # 39; Now every person who is a member of the royal family has a smartphone. There is nothing more private. & # 39;

Earlier today it was announced that the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge will come to Wimbledon tomorrow on a rare joint appointment.

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Meghan will encourage her friend Serena Williams to take Romanian player Simona Halep at Center Court in the women's singles finals.

Ewart, who spoke at Yahoo & Royal's Box, said: & # 39; Now every person who is a member of the Royal Family has a smartphone. There is nothing more private & # 39;

Ewart, who spoke at Yahoo & Royal's Box, said: & # 39; Now every person who is a member of the Royal Family has a smartphone. There is nothing more private & # 39;

Ewart, who spoke at Yahoo & Royal's Box, said: & # 39; Now every person who is a member of the Royal Family has a smartphone. There is nothing more private & # 39;

It comes a year after the couple made their first joint solo outing during the tournament and only a few days after they were last seen together at a charity pool competition in Surrey.

The duke and duchess of Sussex were also criticized for keeping the details of the baptism of their son Archie under wraps and using a royal loophole to ensure that his godparents remain a secret.

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Their decision led to indignation after it appeared that the taxpayer has spent £ 2.4 million for renovations in their new Windsor home.

Details of the baptism of Archie are kept in a separate & # 39; register managed by the royal family in the name of the Crown & # 39; and is not accessible to the public.

The duke and duchess of Sussex were also criticized for keeping the details of the baptism of their son Archie under wraps and using a royal loophole to ensure that his godparents remain a secret

The duke and duchess of Sussex were also criticized for keeping the details of the baptism of their son Archie under wraps and using a royal loophole to ensure that his godparents remain a secret

The duke and duchess of Sussex were also criticized for keeping the details of the baptism of their son Archie under wraps and using a royal loophole to ensure that his godparents remain a secret

A royal source said: & # 39; People may think Meghan is responsible for this entire privacy area, but it is Harry who is in charge. He wants Archie to become a private citizen in every possible way. & # 39;

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M. Ewart went on to argue that the Sussexes and Cambridges have done wonders to modernize the monarchy & # 39; by & # 39; very strong & # 39; appeal to a younger generation.

& # 39; The Queen very much wanted the royal family to go further and be seen as connecting to issues that are relevant today & # 39 ;, he told Yahoo & # 39; s Royal Box.

& # 39; They are very charming people in public, and the causes that they support – homelessness, psychological problems, children with problems from disadvantaged backgrounds – all these things resonate not only in Britain, but throughout the world. # 39;

Meghan made a surprise visit to Court 1 last Thursday to cheer up friend Serena Williams with friends - and led a fight after the argument was made that she was there & # 39; on a private level & # 39; used to be

Meghan made a surprise visit to Court 1 last Thursday to cheer up friend Serena Williams with friends - and led a fight after the argument was made that she was there & # 39; on a private level & # 39; used to be

Meghan made a surprise visit to Court 1 last Thursday to cheer up friend Serena Williams with friends – and led a fight after the argument was made that she was there & # 39; on a private level & # 39; used to be

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