ITV journalist Tim Ewart says the royal family is left with no privacy when everyone is armed with phones with cameras in public, writes dailymail.co.uk.
The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex was once identified as a baby boy when security guards warned her tennis fans not to shoot her in Wimbledon.
Until recently, Megan made an unexpected visit to Wimbledon to stay with her boyfriend, Serena Williams. Her visit sparked a heated debate, claiming the Duchess's visit was private, although there were 12,000 people in Wimbledon and millions were watched on television.
A source close to the Royal Palace said that photography was banned so that the Duchess could "communicate with living people, not phone cameras."
In an interview with Yahoo News about T. Box's documentary, T. Ewartt says, "Now every person who meets members of the royal family has a smartphone. So there is no privacy left. "
The Duchess of Sussex and Cambridge also participated in the finals of the Wimbledon Tournament, a rare show for the two Duchesses.
Despite Megan's support, her friend S. Williams lost to Romanian Simon Halep in the women's singles finals.
A year ago, Megan and Kate teamed up for the Vibledon Tournament – the first joint show of the two. They were last seen together a few days ago in Sari, where the duchesses participated in a charity polo race.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were also criticized for keeping the details of their son Archie's baptism under nine locks and using a loophole in royal rules to ensure his godfather's names were kept secret.
The decision sparked outrage when it appeared that repairing their home in Windsor cost taxpayers 2.4 million pounds.
Details of Archie's baptisms are kept in a separate register kept by the royal family on behalf of the Queen. This register is not available to the public.
A source close to the Royal Palace said: "It may seem to people that Megan is responsible for all of these privacy issues, but Harry is responsible. He wants his son to be as private as possible. "
Speaking further, Ewart insisted that Sussex and Cambridge had done a real miracle by modernizing the monarchy and "very coolly" making it more attractive to younger generations.
"The queen wanted the royal family to go ahead and clearly participate in today's problems. They are very charming people in the community, and all the things that interest them – homelessness, mental health problems, children of poor backgrounds and children with disabilities – are important not only in the UK, but everywhere, ”T. Ewart.
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