Oh dear – seems Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have ruffled royal fans’ feathers again.
After the pair penned a sweet letter praising a sports charity for their work in a disadvantaged area, eagle-eyed readers noticed a little detail, which raised plenty of eyebrows.
So what was all the fuss about? Turns out they chose to use their joint H&M monogram with the crown logo, despite resigning from their royal duties earlier this year and not using a HRH title.
Twitter immediately erupted with users slamming the pair, who are now based in Los Angeles, for daring to use the insignia.
“How nice of them to send this out using the symbol they have left behind. Must have leftover stationery,” one sarcastic user wrote.
“They need to take that crown out of that M logo,” ranted one while another vented, “No royalty, no crown.”
However, it turns out they are entitled to use it.
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to British royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, the couple may in fact use
it as Harry is the son of an heir apparent.
Other non-working royals including Princess Eugenie and her sister, Princess Beatrice, also use crowns for their monograms.
Meanwhile StreetGames, which has been helping to distribute fresh meals to young people across London, shared the letter on Twitter while expressing their gratitude.
“Wow. Thank you so much Harry and Meghan for your kind words and your continued support for StreetGames and the brilliant local organisations working to support their communities in these challenging times,” they tweeted.