Royal fans blast Harry and Meghan going to Invictus Games after memorial snub
Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle have been chastised by fuming Royal Family fans for snubbing the memorial service of Prince Philip.
The pair were rumoured to be attending the Invictus Games just days after Harry had snubbed the memorial service of his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh over "security concerns".
His upcoming attendance at the Invictus Games ceremony has sparked controversy and plenty of anger among Royal Family fans on Twitter.
The new round of rage from royal fans comes after his wife Meghan is now expected to attend the Invictus Games alongside the Duke of Sussex.
One irate commenter accused Meghan of following the spotlight, writing on the social media app "Of course she will – cameras light action".
Some fans are convinced the Philip memorial snub was partly due to the upcoming Netflix documentary Harry and Meghan are working on, with attending the service not an option for the streaming giant's camera crew.
Another user tweeted of the "happy coincidence" that meant a camera crew would follow the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to the Invictus Games event but not the memorial service.
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A number of people expressed their annoyance at the security concern claims Harry had made as a reason for not attending the memorial of his grandfather.
Hearing the news of the Duke of Sussex's expected attendance at the sporting event, one user wrote: "I take it there's no problem with security then".
Another user wrote: "Safe for them going to the Games but not safe going to the Memorial!!?"
Meghan confirmed yesterday that she would be attending the sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen alongside her husband Harry.
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