The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have missed Remembrance Day in the UK, and instead paid their respects at a Veterans day ceremony in New York.
Harry and Meghan attended the 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Museum in the Big Apple on Wednesday.
Last year, the royal couple paid their respects by laying a wreath and flowers at an obelisk to commemorate two fallen Commonwealth soldiers. Meghan wore a black wool coat and Harry a blue suit with his Army medals.
They released a series of photographs afterwards.
Royal expert Russell Myers has accused Meg and Harry of making Remembrance Day ‘about themselves’, saying: “Perhaps they shouldn’t have been in the photos.
“If you’d just had their backs and another picture of the wreath they’d laid, I think that would have been appropriate.
“It’s just, I think, the criticism labelled at them, saying that once again had been made about themselves is a case to answer, unfortunately. Because I was just shocked at the number of photographs that were then put out to the world’s media.”
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