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One royal photographer explains why it's so hard to get photos of Meghan Markle - Page 28 of 36 - Kiwi Report

One royal photographer explains why it's so hard to get photos of Meghan Markle


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[post_page_title]A new generation [/post_page_title]
Back in the 1950s, the Queen and her family debated whether or not it would even be appropriate for them to do things like allow public tours of the palace, or have the Queen do a televised Christmas speech.

These days things are quite different, and we have a whole new generation of royals who own smartphones and everything. The family now has their very own social media manager to handle their presence, meaning that they are much more involved in their public image and there’s less mystery for paparazzis to uncover.

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