Duchess Meghan, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, have retired to their four walls in Canada with Baby Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, ten months, currently due to the corona virus. In order to continue to stand by their fellow human beings, the two provide "information and resources" on Instagram "to help all of us to overcome the uncertainty."
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan give tips In their most recent post on March 25, Harry and Meghan refer to World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations on coronavirus containment and give tips on hygiene and health: wash your hands frequently. Do not touch your face. Keep your distance from other people.
"No matter where you are, the WHO has shared some guidelines that can help. You may have seen or heard them before, but they are as important as ever today," write Harry and Meghan.
So far so good. But as always, critics find a hair in the soup and communicate their displeasure on social media.
Criticism of the royals
Criticism number one: Harry and Meghan "stole" the WHO logo and put it on their own information chart in typical Sussex design (blue background, white lettering). This also complains that Harry and Meghan have not correctly reproduced the exact wording of the recommendations issued by the WHO. The charge: The couple should have reposted the WHO information board true to the original.
A smug comment on Instagram: "If you copy your friend's homework, but you have to do it a little differently so that the teacher doesn't notice."
Criticism number two: the Megxit, which its own users Harry and Meghan still resent.
"The British are a strong nation. Britain will recover without you. They (the British) will never forget you or forgive you for overflowing, relinquishing your duties and turning your back on the country that Harry gave everything" is an angry comment under the Sussex Post.
A woman says, "Just think about the bigger difference you could have made if you stayed and done your duties. You would be so much more relevant. Harry, you could have really helped if you followed your mother's example Now your brother and Catherine will do it without you. "
Still others believe that the couple are not entitled to give health tips, but only the relevant authorities and institutions.
GALA says: In difficult times, you should stick together instead of criticizing those who want to help.
Source used: instagram.com/sussexroyal, instagram.com/what.meghan.wants
This article originally appeared on Gala.de.