An etiquette expert has slammed by Prince Harry after he suggested the royal was wearing a ‘ready-made bow-tie’ to attend The Lion King premiere.
He posted:’Do we agree that Prince Harry’s bowtie this evening at #lionkingpremiere looks a bit ‘ready made?’
He went on to suggest that despite appearing smart in a black tuxedo, the royal may not have been wearing a dress shirt for the occasion.
Prince Harry was criticized online by etiquette expert William Hanson, who suggested the royal’s bow tie looked ‘ready made’
The ettiquette expert shared a close up of Prince Harry’s tie, suggesting on Twitter that it looked ‘ready made’
The etiquette expert went on to point out that it appeared as though Prince Harry hadn’t worn a dress shirt for the prestigious premiere
William shared a close up of Prince Harry’s tie, claiming it looked like a ‘ready made’ tie and criticising the royal’s lack of dress shirt at the occasion.
Prince Harry was joined by his wife Meghan as they walked the star studded yellow carpet at the London premiere of the event.
Harry and Meghan, who watched the live-action remake of the classic 1990s film this evening, later met the cast of the film.
And while it Meghan first film premiere as a royal, it appeared to be Prince Harry who had made the potential slip-up with his outfit.
William also pointed out Prince Harry hadn’t worn a dress shirt for the prestigious London premiere
Prince Harry and Meghan appeared delighted to be walking the yellow carpet for the European premiere of The Lion King
It appears to be Prince Harry’s collar which could have given the game away. A dress shirt would more traditionally have a wing tip collar, and features pleats down the front.
Prince Harry’s shirt appeared to be more informal than that, with a simple classic collar and a button down front.
It’s not the first time that the royal couple have faced drama in recent weeks after flouting dress codes.
Prince Harry was criticised by some for his appearance in his son’s official christening photographs, where he donned a scruffy pair of shoes and a lengthy tie.
Prince Harry and Meghan attended the event in Leicester Square this evening to represent the royal foundation
Last week Meghan was swept up in controversy as she wore jeans in an exclusive member’s area while attending Wimbledon.
While she did not break any rules by wearing denim in the stands on Court One – where there is no formal dress code – one anonymous member accused her of breaching dress code by walking through a members’ area, where jeans are strictly forbidden.
Wimbledon sets out a strict dress code for guests who enter the exclusive members area, which features a club house and dining facilities as well as the Royal Box, which includes jacket and tie for men and no jeans.
But the dress code for the best seats on Court One, know as the Debentures, is ‘smart casual’ and there is no dress code for general spectator
Earlier this month, Meghan was criticized by some for flouting dress code rules as she donned jeans at Wimbledon