Reporter Sounds Off On Meghan Markle’s ‘Diva-ish Demands For Privacy’

Meghan Markle stepped out alongside two of her friends to watch pal Serena Williams play at the Wimbledon tennis tournament last week — an jaunt that stimulated a little of bad publicity for the royal.

During the coincide, the security detail for the Duchess of Sussex justification a tiff by asking other witness not to make photos of her, or even photos in her counseling.

Sally Jones, a former BBC reporter who was at the competition, was among those approached with the request. In an essay Jones wrote for The Telegraph , she said a member of Markle’s security team sounded her on the shoulder and said, “Would you not take a photo of the duchess? She’s here in a private capacity.”

Jones was especially upset because, she said, she was actually snapping a photo of Williams — not the duchess. The happen generated Jones to criticize both Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry.

The Duchess of Sussex and friends watching Serena Williams play a equal at the Wimbledon tennis tournament in England last week.

“No wonder there is a growing tide of resentment against the Sussexes for their reticent, high upkeep posture and diva-ish demands for privacy when it dress them — – despite the eye-wateringly expensive, taxpayer-funded refit of Frogmore Cottage, ” Jones wrote, referring to the couple’s new dwelling.

She added that it was “irrational” to try to enforce a no-photo request “when they appear in a highly populace arena amid a substantial press pack and thousands of spectators.”

Below are photos of security stopping a male, who was reportedly taking a selfie, with special courts behind him as a backdrop.

The no-photos request too riled up Piers Morgan, who said here on his “Good Morning Britain” TV show Tuesday that the imperials are “public people.”

“If you want to be private, going to be home to America and live privately. It’s pretty straightforward, ” he said, visit the incident “an absolute joke.”

“If you go to Wimbledon in your free tickets in the Royal Box — my very best posteriors in the house for nothing, and you take your two[ besties] … in that moment you’re public beings, ” he said.

Members of the royal family don’t generally make photos with well-wishers during public dates, and they generally shy away from being in selfiesthat adoring love would like. There are also certain photographers that the royals rely on to capture private instants — like Meghan and Harry’s engagement and the recent christening of their baby, Archie — with shots that are later released to the public.