Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited a pre-school in Los Angeles and they have been called out by parents who were refused entry due to the Coronavirus policy.
Parents were not allowed to visit the Assistance League Preschool Learning Centre due to strict rules. However, Meghan and Harry made a trip to the preschool and they were allowed in.
The royal couple visited wearing face masks and planted forget-me-nots in memory of Princess Diana. The visit marked the 23rd anniversary of her death. While at the school, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took part in digging and planting for at risk children in LA.
A parent commented:
“I could not even hold my daughter’s hand and take her into school last week when she started kindergarten. These two just ‘turn up and break the rules’ whenever they feel like it?”
“Not safe to go back to school but safe for mingling with strangers for a photo op.”
Yet another disappointed parent disclosed her displeasure and said:
“Exactly I can’t take a pencil to my child right now. NO visitors. No exceptions, They have no respect for the rules as they are ‘humanitarians’ they are the exception? BS kids in the US have no clue what a Duke/Duchess even is but they can come in when I can’t.. for a pic?”
Taking to Instagram, the Assistance League of Los Angeles wrote alongside the sweet snaps: “The children of our Preschool Learning Centre got a wonderful surprise when The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited yesterday!
“In addition to helping the children replant the Preschool Learning Centre’s garden, they spent time with them, sharing their appreciation for nature and helping to instil the importance of healthy eating. We truly appreciate their time and care for our students.”