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A woman who was told she was not allowed to take pictures of Meghan Markle at Wimbledon has spoken of her shock at the order.

Morgan had once written about Meghan's suitability as a royal but now appears to have changed his mind and recently blasted her for staying at home during US President Donald Trump's United Kingdom visit. She elaborated, "I felt this tap on my shoulder and was asked not to take pictures of the Duchess - but I had no idea she was there until then".

The Meghan Markle slander is getting old.

But the man was only taking a selfie with the match in the background and not a picture of the Duchess.

Meghan is being criticised for allegedly instructing her bodyguard to restrict her interaction with the public as she was attending Wimbledon in a private capacity. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are so happy to share the joy of this day with members of the public who have been incredibly supportive since the birth of their son.

Meghan was pictured surrounded by empty seats as she joined two friends, while protection officers could be seen sitting all around the Duchess.

However, the brash response from the royal's team was one questioned widely by the public - and the press - including her most prolific critic, Piers Morgan.

Enter Morgan on a Tuesday broadcast of Good Morning Britain.

"This is so ridiculous, this obsession that her and Harry have about privacy", he said.

While this exception from the Queen might not extend to little Archie, it appears that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now happy to let their son grow up without a title and are hoping to give him as "normal" an upbringing as possible.

We have to say that, earrings are quite an outrageous and nitpicky details to get angry about.

"If you want to be private, go back to America and live privately, it's pretty straightforward", he continued, prompting an objection co-host Susanna Reid.

Graham Smith, from Republic, which campaigns for an elected head of state, said: "The police have no business telling people what photos they can take".