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Meghan Markle selfie-snapper says that he had "no idea that she was here"



A self-snapper from Wimbledon accused of invading the Duchess of Sussex's privacy told the Sun: "I did not know she was here!"

Tennis fan Hasan Hasanov, 58, was warned after taking a picture of the row in front of Meghan's VIP seat.

REPORT: Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, center, at court number one, to watch the US team Serena Williams face Slovenian Kaja Juvan in a singles match on the fourth day of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London.

REPORT: Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, center, at court number one, to watch the US team Serena Williams face Slovenian Kaja Juvan in a singles match on the fourth day of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London.
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But the engineer in charge of oil and gas security was just taking a selfie on his iPhone with the players in the background and was bewildered to be invited by an observer: "Please, give them intimacy. "

Hasan, who was queuing at 5 am and paying £ 25 for his seat in court 1, said that he did not know that the duchess was there and that he thought the bodyguard was asked not to photograph players without their jerseys.

He said, "Honestly, I did not care to take a picture of Meghan, Harry, or any member of the royal family – and if I did, I would ask first. I was much more interested in a video of Roger Federer in action. "

The new mom, Meghan, made a strange ban on taking pictures last week while she watched Serena Williams with two friends.

It made the front pages of the Sun and angered his petty attitude towards the royal fans.

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Hasan, born in Azerbaijan, was photographed by her bodyguard. She did not know that he was brushing with royalty since he had left the country for a vacation in Switzerland.

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Hasan from Wallington, South London, only found out when his daughter sent him a snapshot of The Sun's cover page.

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