Prince Harry makes 'huge mistake' at 'The Lion King' premiere
This is not the first time the royal couple has come under the scanner for breaking royal protocols.
The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry and Meghan Markle looked flawless, blending in black as they walked hand-in-hand at the European premiere of The Lion King. But, a London-based etiquette expert has magnified the Duke's suggested dressing error and criticized him for wearing a 'ready-made bow-tie' at the event.
William Hanson tweeted a photograph of Prince Harry, 34, attending the glittering London event alongside Meghan Markle, 37. He posted: 'Do we agree that Prince Harry's bowtie this evening at #lionkingpremiere looks a bit 'ready made?' Not only that, Hanson also suggested Prince Harry may not have been wearing a dress shirt for the occasion.
According to reports in Daily Mail, it appeared to be that Prince Harry's collar could have given the game away as a dress shirt would more traditionally have a wing tip collar with pleats down the front. But contrary to this, Prince Harry's shirt appeared to be more informal than that, with a simple classic collar and a button down front.
This is not the first time the royal couple has come under the scanner for breaking royal protocols when it comes to appearance. Prince Harry was criticised for donning a scruffy pair of shoes and a lengthy tie for his son's official christening.
While, the Duchess of Sussex was slammed for wearing jeans in an exclusive member's area while attending Wimbledon. Wimbledon has a strict dress code for guests who enter the exclusive members area, which features a club house and dining facilities as well as the Royal Box, which includes jacket and tie for men and no jeans.