Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have their own public, but those who judge their every move negatively are not few. The latest ‘motivation’ given by the couple was their gesture of holding each other’s hand as they left yesterday’s ceremony in honor of Queen Elizabeth.
Less than a week after Queen Elizabeth’s death, members of the royal family walked behind the coffin on Friday during the procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the queen’s body has been laid in state until the funeral. .
The royal family remained at Westminster Hall for a 20-minute ceremony before exiting the building. Footage of the ceremony was shared on the royal family’s official YouTube account.
After the ceremony some critics began mocking Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for holding hands as they left the ceremony.
“The Royal Family leaves our beloved Queen at Westminster Hall with grace and dignity except for Harry and Meghan, who simply have to hold hands like two teenagers in love. They really get on my nerves,” wrote a user on social media.
The Royal Family leave our beloved Queen in Westminster Hall with grace and dignity except for Harry and Meghan who just have to hold hands like two lovesick teenagers. They really get on my nerves.
— Lainey L (@LaineyL10)
Another noted: “Can’t they keep them off for two seconds to mourn the Queen (as if she even cares about Meghan)? Although it’s no surprise as they never fail to disrespect protocol and the queen.”
Meghan and Harry walking out of Westminister hall holding hands… 🙄They can’t keep their hands to their sides for two seconds to mourn the Queen (as if Meghan would care to anyway)??? Though unsurprising as they never fail to disrespect the protocol and the Queen.
— Tarah Heuss (@HeussTarah)
However, there were many users on social media who rushed to defend the couple, pointing out that other members of the royal family had similar displays of love.
Photos also showed Zara Tyndall, Princess Anne’s daughter, holding hands with her husband, Mike Tyndall, during the ceremony.
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