William and Kate were convicted of violating Covid rules

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    There were six people in the photo, as well as at least one photographer and a security guard


    Prince William and Kate Middleton were condemned by royal fans for violating the important Coronavirus covid infection manage in the midst of a pandemic.

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with David Attenborough in September 2020 at a private screening of his documentary – Life on our planet.

    Their three children joined the royal couple Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis and was photographed with a veteran of broadcasting at Kensington Palace.

    Kensington Royal Instagram posted photos of the departure, but social media users noted that the family may have violated the “rule of six” principles.

    There were six people in the photo, as well as at least one photographer and a security guard

    Pictured were six people, none of whom were in masks, as well as at least one photographer and security guard who were also present.

    One user said: “David and the royal family are equal to six separately, taking into account security and the photographer … have government recommendations been ignored?”

    The other said: “Sir David Attenborough is a surprisingly fantastic guy. However, please, can anyone explain all the exceptions to the rule of only six.

    In a separate tweetusers commented on the fact that Prince William, Kate and David Attenborough are not wearing masks in the photos.

    Social media users noted that the family may have violated rule 6 of the guidelines
    Social media users noted that the family may have violated rule 6 of the guidelines

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    One said, “Should they be in masks? I’m embarrassed, today the family was ashamed that they didn’t wear masks when they got in the car.

    “Here the family hangs out with a man in the target age group to be receptive to Covid without masks. What is it?”

    At the time, the Daily Star contacted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for comment, but they did not respond.

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