‘‘Where are their masks?’ Kate and William savaged over climate summit outfits

COP26: Prince William introduces Earthshot finalists to leaders

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The UN event is being held in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12, and is being attended by the royals as well as world leaders united in the fight against climate change. But in the midst of the important discussions, some social media users were fuming after seeing Kate, 39, and William, 39, were snapped not wearing masks.

Reacting on Twitter, critics hounded the couple for not wearing protective face gear.

Jan wrote: “Exactly, one rule for them and another for us, it’s mandatory in Scotland but I suppose they think they are above anyone else so it doesn’t matter. I so hope Scotland”

Pyschic Sam wrote: “Why would the PM, Prince William, Kate risk their health standing alongside people without face masks?”

Sunny Days 21 wrote: “Sad to see our Royals indoors without masks, not because I believe they work, because 1000’s of children have been forced to wear them & many workers in them all day.

“I had respect for William and Kate.

“Many like me will have lost that respect, Diana would have never let children suffer.”

Audrey tweeted: “Where are their masks?

“They’re mandatory in Scotland.”

Iver M Ectin echoed the views of his fellow users as they tweeted: “Why do so many not wear masks when we are being informed that a deadly virus is causing us all to live in such fear?”

A royal expert had recently said that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had both gained inspiration from the “signature style” of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after posting a picture with their backs turned to the camera.

The photograph which had been discussed as an example of this was captured at the Clydeside Distillery as the couple attended the Earthshot reception at Cop26 in Glasgow last night.

Discussing the newfound inspiration, Brand expert Nick Ede explained: “This behind the scenes almost candid image is one that we have associated with Meghan and Harry’s most famous images.

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“The rawness of the image gives the viewer an intimate insight into the Cambridges and I think that as they are stepping up their brand and visibility.

“This is just a progression that will engage fans around the world.

“We have seen behind-the-scenes shots from popstars coming off stage to actors taking a bow etc.

“These are always candid moments that have an enduring appeal and bring a human touch to the image, which is something Meghan and Harry have done on numerous occasions.

“This image creates a very strong narrative and I think we can expect many more of these types of images to be released in the future.”

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