Prince Harry Slammed by Etiquette Expert William Hanson for Wearing 'Ready Made' Bowtie at the 'Lion King' Premiere
Etiquette expert William Hanson pointed out what’s wrong with Prince Harry’s look during the premiere of “The Lion King” in London.
Hanson tweeted a photo of the Duke of Sussex with the caption:
“Do we agree that Prince Harry’s bowtie this evening at [The Lion King premiere] looks a bit ‘ready made’?”
“What person in a normal frame of mind would check the Prince's tie so closely, find a flaw and write about it?"
Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, attended the star-studded premiere on Sunday, July 14.
It was the first red-carpet event of its kind that Harry and Meghan attended since tying the knot in May 2018. The couple welcomed their first child, Archie, just two months ago.
WEARING THE "WRONG" SHIRT
Harry and Meghan met power couple Jay Z and Beyoncé at the event. The “Halo” singer voices Nahla in the Disney remake.
Hanson, however, was not so impressed with how Harry dressed for the occasion. He even tweeted that a friend noticed that the 34-year-old royal was not wearing a proper shirt under his jacket.
“What person in a normal frame of mind would check the Prince's tie so closely, find a flaw and write about it? Did u use binoculars Mr Hanson? Are u that bored Mr Hanson?” one Twitter user replied.
Another wrote, “No. We agree the world will not come to an end regardless of what anyone is wearing. More importantly what are you doing to make the world better instead of petty judgement?”
PRINCE CHARMING, INDEED
Harry recently charmed many hearts after displaying his paternal instincts while interacting with his fans.
He noticed a little boy had squeezed through the railings while he was greeting fans. The boy ran towards Harry and tried to dodge him, but Harry caught him and turned him around in the direction he'd been running from.
He marched the toddler back, hunching over and with his hands gently cupping the child's shoulders. Not long after, the Prince spotted the anxious parents in the crowd and returned the child to them.