Some things should not change. If she accepted an invitation to the member’s area, she, or her staff, should have known the protocols.The times are changing, it's time for Wimbledon to get on board too. Meghan being a beacon of change :inlove:
Was she in the member’s area? No, she wasn’t.Did anyone object to Kim Sears wearing jeans to cheer on MurrEna's doubles match that same day?
Look at that; avatars of a backward, anachronistic system of inherited wealth and influence are acting backwardly."She wanted to come incognito but there were problems. They couldn’t invite her into the royal box because she was wearing jeans but that didn’t really matter because all she wanted to do was come and watch Serena," the source said. "Andy Murray was on Court 1 afterwards and it was a massive faux pas not to watch a Brit when she is signed up to the Royal Family."
Yet she chose to enter it! Strange.Look at that; avatars of a backward, anachronistic system of inherited wealth and influence are acting backwardly.
Usually, I try and avoid all news about monarchy, but I feel so sorry for her.
She's not about that stagnant, retrograde British nonsense.
The type of people who are incapable of innovation or adaptation, and yet still somhow remain at the top of society.well. "they" prevented nole to wear a cap which was dark on the underside numerous times in his matches.
wimby has always been a special bunch of elitist snobs clinging to ridiculous procedures and rules just because tradition says so. it's about time to end this BS.
Ever heard of "if it’s not broke, don’t fix it?The type of people who are incapable of innovation or adaptation, and yet still somhow remain at the top of society.
So much this.I just read some news on Meghan's "shenanigans" in Wimbledon. I can understand that she may find it very difficult to adapt with these "stupid" royal rules, she gotta take the good with the bad. She should have known this when she decided to marry Harry, so i feel that it is not fair that the entire institution have to change to suit her style.
And can we try at least once not to make everything about race, gender or religion? It's nauseating