Prince Harry slammed by etiquette expert for wearing fake bow tie to The Lion King premiere – The Sun

AN ETIQUETTE expert has called Prince Harry out for alleging wearing a fake bow tie at The Lion King premiere last night.

London-based William Hanson shared a photo on Twitter yesterday of the Duke of Sussex, 34, attending the Leicester Square premiere with wife Meghan Markle, 37.

William included the caption: “Do we agree that Prince Harry's bow tie this evening at #lionkingpremiere looks a bit 'ready made?”

The etiquette expert said it wasn’t the only fashion faux pas committed, as he also said Prince Harry wasn’t wearing a dress shirt for the star-studded event.

Typically dress shirts have a wing tip collar and pleats down the front, but Prince Harry’s had a simple, class collar with a button down front.

William explained to Fabulous Digital: “Dress shirts are typically worn for evening dress occasions and black tie events like film premieres, awards ceremonies and gala dinners.”

Fans were quick to comment on the bow tie, with one saying: “Meghan should be checking him more.”

And another added: “Standards matter.”

But one adoring fan gushed: “It’s Prince Harry. Perfection whatever he wears.”

The famous power couple walked the yellow carpet before watching the live-action remake of the iconic 1990s Lion King movie.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, is officially on maternity leave, after giving birth to Archie on May 6, but last night’s event was her second public appearance of the weekend.

She also joined sister-in-law Duchess of Cambridge, 37, in watching close friend  Serena Williams, 38, play in the Wimbledon final on Saturday.

For the premiere, Meghan wore a black Jason Wu Mesh Panel Flared Dress with the price tag of £3,454.

She carried a small black Gucci clutch bag that cost £1,680 and the outfit was polished off with a pair of Aquazurra Portrait Of Lady Sling pumps worth £640.

Harry, 34, and Meghan met the cast and crew before watching the film as they attended to show their support in aid of conservation work through The Royal Foundation.

They also hugged Beyonce and Jay Z, who told the new royal parents that they should “always find time for themselves” as they raise “beautiful” baby Archie.

It is thought to be the first time the two women have met in person, but Beyonce is known to be a supporter of Meghan and did a heartwarming shout out to her when she won a Brit award in February.

For the film's release, Disney announced the Protect The Pride campaign, aimed at raising awareness of dwindling lion numbers.

The Royal Foundation will be involved with and support the campaign.

Buckingham Palace said: "The Duke of Sussex has taken a deep personal interest in frontline conservation projects that work to protect Africa's natural heritage and support both wildlife and local communities."

Beyonce voices Nala in the live-action version of the 1994 Disney animated classic.

As well as voicing the lioness, Beyonce has created a musical tribute to the film – teaming up with some of her favourite artists for the album The Lion King: The Gift.

The singer has already been tipped for an Oscar – with fans predicting she will win the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

The movie also stars Donald Glover as Simba, James Earl Jones, who reprised his role as Mufasa from the 1994 film, and comics Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen as Timon and Pumbaa.

Meghan Markle was cruelly mum-shamed by critics claiming she looks like she’s about to DROP Archie and ‘doesn’t know how to carry him’.

She also made headlines after it was claimed her security team tried to stop tennis fans from taking photos of her at Wimbledon.

And she was met with a barrage of criticism, including from GMB host Piers Morgan, as reports surfaced she had been a "nightmare" to accommodate with her casual outfit and "self-regarding paranoia".

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