A Wimbledon fan has spoken out after she was told by a Duchess Sussex security officer not to take pictures of her when she was in a "private capacity".
Sally Jones, a media consultant, told the Daily Telegraph that she was in the same row as Royal at Court One last week.
Ms. Jones, who says she actually took pictures of Serena Williams and had not noticed the Duchess, claimed the bodyguard, said, "Wouldn't you take pictures of the Duchess, she's in private capabilities."
Photographs of Meghan watching tennis with his friends at Wimbledon show another fan standing in front of her and taking a picture before being approached by a man who thought to be a royal bodyguard.
A close up on the man's screen shows that he actually took a selfie with the tennis court in the background.
The duchess is also greeted by a young fan with an American-themed outfit in the booth behind her.
Ms. Jones described her experience as "another example of stupid control reaction" and added that the bodyguard seemed "rather embarrassed" when she reminded him that the event was television.
Buckingham Palace has not commented.
The private life of the Sussex family has recently been investigated after they decided not to disclose the details of their son's sponsors after his private baptism at the weekend.
Graham Smith, from the Republic who campaigned for a elected head of state: "The police have no business to tell people what pictures they can take.
"When public figures are in the public will take pictures, it's life.
"Meghan and Harry cannot expect special treatment or police protection from curious followers.
"Their latest behavior suggests they want all privileges and public money, but can't even tolerate the public more than they should."