Published: Thu, July 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Tatum O'Neal brands Meghan 'tacky' over Wimbledon photo claims

Tatum O'Neal brands Meghan 'tacky' over Wimbledon photo claims

But Katie said Meghan will think carefully before donning eye-watering price tags on her trip later this year, The Sunreports.

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge runs after her son Prince Louis, at the Royal Charity Polo Day at Billingbear Polo Club, Wokingham, England, on July 10, 2019.

After all, Prince Harry and Meghan also chose to keep details of their birthing plan private, only debuting Archie in a controlled setting two days after he was born.

Although the Duchess of Sussex seemed to be nothing but affectionate while holding her baby boy, critics couldn't resist pointing out all of the things they thought she was doing wrong.

"There were about 200 spectators that turned away from the court to get shots of her". "Meghan and Harry wanted to protect them from the inevitable onslaught: 'When did you meet them?"

O'Neal, whose parents are American actors Ryan O'Neal and Joanna Moore, said she had hoped the 37-year-old royal would be the "next Princess Diana" but had been left disappointed by the latest claims.

Sally Jones, a media consultant, was seated in the same row and said she didn't notice the duchess was also present and was focusing her camera lens on Williams.

She continued: "If you get the ring reset... and you do a 400,000 dollar renovation and you do the private jet to NY for the party... it's not Diana".

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One woman joked that she could relate.

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"I remember watching her on tour in Ireland and that basic wardrobe of cropped trousers, basic shirts, blazer and then a smart fitted dress for the evening, seems to see her through her working days".

It was a surprise appearance for the Duchess of Sussex, who is still technically on maternity leave but made sure to support her friend Serena Williams at Wimbledon.

"Either they are totally private, pay for their own house and disappear out of view, or play the game the way it is played", she recently told the Times (via Forbes).

"I've covered five or six christenings during my royal career", Ingrid Seward, the editor-in-chief at Majesty magazine, told the Today show. The user Keniakiki wondered whether the United Kingdom journalist's rant is aimed at "the only black member of the royal family".

Lifestyle, the duchess of Windsor and Prince Harry first prompted backlash by deciding to host a "media-free, private christening for son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor".

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