Some booed, others whinged that she didn’t take Archie with her, and now others are accusing her of PUSHING her husband out of her way in a video posted on Twitter by the Daily Mail’s royal correspondent, Rebecca English.
As Prince Harry spoke to a group, Meghan put her hand on his back to signal him to move, allowing the duchess the space to move in and shake hands with a guest.
One Twitter said: “That isn’t PDA. That was Meghan interrupting their conversation, pulling him back so she could step in front of him to take over the conversation. I don’t care, it’s their marriage and I will never judge about that. But the video is clear, please don’t mislead or sugar coat.”
Another replied: “Always pushing herself in front of Harry. RUDE.”
was at the event alongside prince Harry as they wrap up their final engagements before officially stepping down as senior royals on March 31.
The former Suits star made a dramatic entrance at the annual endeavour fund Awards at Mansion House in London on Thursday.
The royal couple looked smitten with each other as they huddled together under an oversized umbrella and posed for photos, before making their way into the venue.
Meghan showed off her slender figure in a fitted teal dress, which she teamed with a pair of navy points.
Sporting a flawless makeup look, which showed off her enviably youthful complexion, Meghan completed her red carpet look by wearing her hair in a chic low ponytail.
The Duke looked equally as sharp, wearing a dapper navy-blue suit, which he teamed with a crisp white shirt and cobalt blue tie.
The event, which pays tribute to veterans and active service members, is one that is very close to Harry’s heart, given that he spearheaded the creation of the Invictus Games.
The 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto was also the first time Harry and Meghan stepped out together as a couple.
Harry and Meghan’s attendance at the Endeavour Fund Awards marks the first of several key engagements they will attend over the coming days, as they complete their final duties.
They will wrap up their commitments on Monday, when they join the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton at a service marking Commonwealth Day in London.