Meghan and Harry seen driving fuel heavy Cadillac in Beverly Hills

Monday - 13/07/2020 05:45
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry seen leaving the dermatologist in Beverly Hills. Picture: Javiles Bruce/BACKGRIDSource:BackGrid
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry seen leaving the dermatologist in Beverly Hills. Picture: Javiles Bruce/BACKGRIDSource:BackGrid
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are under fire for their choice of car, as they are seen out in Beverly Hills.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are well known for pushing their environmentally friendly agenda.

But the former royals have been labelled hypocrites after they were photographed during an outing in Beverly Hills at the weekend, where they were seen driving a huge black Cadillac Escalade.

The Daily Mail reported the SUV, which reportedly costs from $A145,000, is one of the worst car models in terms of its reliance on fuel, with a six-litre engine.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who now call Los Angeles home, were seen out and about between appointments, as they wore face masks and summer clothing.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were seen leaving the dermatologist in Beverly Hills. Picture: Javiles Bruce/BACKGRID
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were seen leaving the dermatologist in Beverly Hills.
Picture: Javiles Bruce/BACKGRIDSource:BackGrid


Meghan, 38, was pictured wearing a white dress and brimmed hat, while Harry, 35, was wearing a cap grey polo shirt and jeans, as they were spotted waiting for a valet to return their vehicle.

 
Meghan was pictured hopping into her black Cadillac. Picture: Javiles Bruce/BACKGRID
Meghan was pictured hopping into her black Cadillac. Picture: Javiles Bruce/BACKGRIDSource:BackGrid
 

A week ago the couple appeared in a video to raise awareness amid the Black Lives Matter movement, encouraging the people of Britain to “promote prosperity, democracy and peace, amplify the voice of small states, and protect the environment”.

Critics took to social media to call out the couple for regularly urging others to look after the environment.

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