MEGHAN are less banned tennis fans from taking their picture at Wimbledon.
The duchess of Sussex's guard warned several fans sitting nearby.
Protective Officer was with new Meghan mother when she and two pals cheered on US American Serena Williams at the No1 Court last week.
At one point he spoke to a spectator, sitting two rows in front of Meghan, 37.
But the man only took a selfie with the fight in the background and not a picture of the Duchess.
Sally Jones, sitting in the same row as Meghan, got a push on the shoulder from the officer asking her not to take pictures of the Duchess.
But the former BBC sports presenter, 64, took pictures of Serena and hadn't realized that the Duchess was nearby. She said, "I think this royal protection officer was rather embarrassed. He seemed a little mystified why he was asked to make such a request.
"I told him it was bonkers and that even though I had tried to snatch the duchess, I would have a blurred picture of her right ear.
"Apart from everything else, there were hundreds of people who clicked away.
"I said to him: Have you thought of having a word with one of the television cameras?" He looked a little uncomfortable. "
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan accused Harry and Meghan of hypocrisy.
He said, "If you go to Wimbledon … in the best seats in the house for nothing and you take your two bezzies … you are peoples.
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"If you want to be private, go back to America and live privately."
Buckingham Palace said the royal family often asked for no pictures.
A spokesman added: "This is to allow family members to be properly involved with people and events."