It's not the first time a member of the public has been told not to take a photo of a member of the Royal Family.
A royal commentator has said that the Duchess of Sussex was "disappointed"by the reaction to her personal protection officer (PPO) asking members of the public not to take photos of her at Wimbledon. Speaking on Yahoo UK’s ‘The Royal Box,’ Omid Scobie says: “I spoke to a source after that had happened and I was told that Meghan was quite disappointed at just how it played out because, in her words, she had said to this source that she would have happily taken a photo with anyone that had asked. “So I think that perhaps this might have been a case of a protection officer being slightly too protective, although that’s probably his job.” He and The Sun's royal correspondent Emily Andrews also point out that this is not the first case where a PPO have asked people to refrain from taking photos of the royals and their children when they are off-duty or during private time.
Whether it's Princess Diana's seriously covetable wardrobe or the Duchess of Cambridge's greatest fangirl moments, these are the royal family's most memorable Wimbledon moments.
The royals are regulars at the annual Wimbledon tennis tournament, but will we see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in attendance this year? CNN commentator Victoria Arbiter tells Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box:' "I think we may see Kate and Meghan at Wimbledon together again, which would be great, it would be a lovely show of togetherness. "They clearly had a great time when they went before and they are the two major tennis fans. William really likes the tennis as well. "I don’t think we’d see the four of them, because I think again you’ve got to be aware that if you saw the four of them there, that would totally detract from all the tennis that was going on. "It’s such a balance, you’re constantly thinking about who you’re upstaging, who’s writing about what."
Grass courts are being uncovered, strawberries and cream are being transported by the truck load and A-list celebs are descending on the capital.Yep. it's Wimbledon 2019\. The annual event, which is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, has been a hot ticket for celebrities for decades, which not only adds a dose of star spotting to the event, but also style. Unlike other British summer events, such as Royal Ascot, Wimbledon doesn't have a strict dress code for spectators. That said, it is a much-anticipated occasion, and therefore, many choose to dress up in their best summer attire. The Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton, both keen tennis fans, have led the way in the style stakes for several years. The Duchess often opting for a bold shift dress, ranging from polka dot prints to eye-catching block colours. And, the Duchess wouldn't be the only royal who has aced tennis attire over the years. Princess Diana was also a fan of the event, often donning smart tailored blazers on her visits to SW19. Other women who have wowed courtside include Heidi Klum, Sienna Miller, Keira Knightley,Beyonce, Anne Hathaway and Victoria Beckham. However, over the years, their sartorial efforts have often been outshone by the one and only Anna Wintour. The US Vogue editor and regular Wimbledon-goer dons a strikingly stylish ensemble each year - from a heritage-inspired tweed dress to an always on-point floral number. In 2015 she even managed to match her outfit to the chairs. Impressive. Finally, let's not forget about the dapper gents. The likes of David Beckham, Bradley Cooper, Jude Law and Hugh Grant regularly serve up sharp tailoring and summer suiting. Scroll through the gallery above for the most stylish Wimbledon looks from years gone by.Keep visiting the Evening Standard's dedicated Wimbledon page for all the highlights from this year's tournament.