The royal family is currently very focused on the coronation of the king, but they also make space for different celebrations around the world or simply to commemorate people who are in difficult situations, in this case, it has been Prince William.
Images that are making the rounds on social media claim that Prince William has violated a significant royal family rule by wanting to honor those who have died in the conflict in Ukraine.
The British public is aware of Prince William’s infidelity towards his wife and the attacks he launched against his younger brother Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle after learning of their relationship. As a result, Prince William continues to plague the royal family.
Due to his repeated violations of a significant royal protocol that the British monarchy firmly forbids, it has recently come to light how little regard he had for royalty, particularly for his father King Charles III.
While meeting several Ukrainians who are currently refugees in Warsaw, the Duke of Wales remembered the war dead at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Royals are expected to support one another and serve as an example of cooperation, but the prince failed to consider that it is highly forbidden to violate any of the protocols they have agreed to. During the most recent visit, the prince was photographed having selfies with the guests, which is disrespectful to the throne.
??? Il principe William si è fatto un selfie con gli ucraini in Polonia, violando la regola reale
Il Principe di Galles ha commemorato i caduti in guerra presso la Tomba del Milite Ignoto e ha anche incontrato i profughi ucraini a Varsavia. Il divieto dei selfie nella famiglia… pic.twitter.com/R8mez3ztkM
— Gianluca (@Gianl1974) March 23, 2023