Protesters hold up sign calling Harry and Meghan ‘fake royals’ outside summit
Protesters hold up sign saying Harry and Meghan are ‘fake royals’ outside One Young World summit where Duchess of Sussex delivers a speech on gender inequality
- A protester held a sign saying Harry and Meghan ‘fake royals’ outside a crest
- Meghan gives keynote speech on gender inequality in Manchester
- There were both supporters and protesters of the couple in the crowd outside
Protesters carried anti-Harry and Meghan signs and argued with supporters of the pair outside the summit in Manchester, where the Duchess of Sussex is giving a speech about gender inequality.
The pair smiled as they passed the crowd outside Bridgewater Hall, ignoring a sign calling them “fake royals.”
A lady held up a hand-drawn poster that read ‘FO Harry (&) Me.Gain’ and ‘Fake Royals’ as protesters in the crowd argued with fans of the royal couple.
Meghan attends the One Young World summit to deliver a keynote speech on gender inequality to an audience of 2,000.
A protester held a poster called Harry and Meghan ‘Fake Royals’ as they arrived to attend the One Young World 2022 summit
Pictured: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arriving by car at the top of Manchester at Bridgewater Hall,
Meghan Markle imagined arriving earlier in the evening prior to giving a keynote speech
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, arrived in bright red trousers, shoes and a sleek ponytail top, alongside Harry, 37, who was wearing a dark suit.
Meghan was previously pictured exiting a BMW 4×4 outside the venue, where a crowd had gathered.
A protester held a poster calling the Duke and Duchess of Sussex ‘fake royals’ as he stood outside the Manchester venue.
The couple, who have abdicated royal duties, walked into the building as Meghan prepared to deliver a keynote speech at the opening ceremony.
During Sir Bob Gelfdof’s speech, he said he saw a ‘Britain First’ protester with a van standing outside. Sir Bob denounced hatred and called on people to come together.