Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have never issued a list of rules for people living near Frogmore Cottage, the Duke and Queen Sussex's house in Windsor, a Buckingham Palace spokesman. In issuing a rare statement, the spokesperson rejected all claims saying: “The Duke and Bank Bank did not ask for this, he did not know about it, and they were not involved in the matter or the direction. The list, published by The Sun last Friday, says it aimed to protect Meghan, Harry and her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor.
The newspaper claimed that local people were told how to behave with royalties – and they did not encourage a “good morning” or “some other pleasure”.
The full list published included six points, reading: “Don't get in touch or start a conversation if you see the Royal couple.
“Say good to you” or some other amenities if they talk to you.
“Don't pet or stroke their dogs, even if you come to you.
But they did not allow photographers and press members to stay outside the center to take pictures of the guests or to reveal who was in pairs.
Meghan also caused an unrest as she approached Wimbledon to watch her close friend Serena Williams playing in the All England Championship.
Queen Sussex attended the venue with two friends, Genevieve Hillis and Lindsay Roth, and members of her security.
During the game, one man who was sitting in front of the Band was told to give her some privacy when he stopped his phone.
However, when the sticks taken by photographers at Court 1 were examined more closely, the man was selfie with the court behind him and was not referring to his camera at Meghan.
The people argued to criticize the royalties that can't meet the privacy demands of Meghan and Harry after the publication. The pair spent £ 2.4m of taxpayers' money to restore their cottage.
The public relations expert, Anthony Burr, warned the couple to act swiftly to help remedy their claim to the public.
He said to Express.co.uk: "It is not so bad that the reset button would have to be pushed but they have to work hard to repair the damage.
“First of all, Meghan must stop acting as a leading TV person who started the learning process to become a Bank.
“But she can't do it by herself, she must get help from her husband mostly, who knows how this works better than anyone.
“At present, its priority seems to be to ensure that his wife is as happy as she can be a new environment and a new child, which is not underlined. This is understandable.
“However, she must also realize that unlike the world, the members of the Royal Family are the biggest people in the country.
“If you want to have the royal life, you must make sacrifices… and privacy is at the top of that list of sacrifices.” T