People Can't Get Over This Small, 'Concerning' Detail in This Picture With Harry and Meghan During Their Royal Tour Together

July 13, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appear to be enjoying their first royal tour together as husband and wife. On July 10, the couple traveled to Dublin to kick off their two-day visit to Ireland.

The newlyweds jumped right in and began enjoying the culture and history of Dublin, specifically the arts, sports, and local businesses. On their second day, the met with Ireland's president, Michael Higgins and his wife, Sabina Coyne, and their furry companions, their dogs.

Setting up an elaborate tour like this is a lot of work and takes a lot of planning. The itinerary must be organized and confirmed by all parties, the flights and vehicle transportation must be arranged, the appropriate clothing must be packed, and the proper etiquette must be upheld.

The Duke and Duchess recently met with Leo Varadkar on Wednesday at the Taoiseach's office. A photo was taken of the three in his office which has caused a great deal of concern to many people. A small detail has been spotted, and it has been pointed out by numerous amounts of people.

Did you spot the concerning detail?

It has nothing to do with the individuals in the room, but it has everything to do with how many bottles of water are offered. It might sound silly to some, but people are blasting Varadkar on social media for his unneeded abundance of water and the use of plastic.

"Obviously no one realizes there is a plastic pollution crisis going on on the world. SMH," Elaine Weeks tweeted.

"Time for them to get on board the @Refill campaign and start tackling plastic bottle waste!" Anglian Water wrote.

"14 bottles of water? Thought there was a water shortage?" another wrote.

One person might a great observation, and we are hoping this is the case.

"If you work as an executive assistant, you know that you have to put out enough bottles of cold water for everyone, plus a few extra There is also crew and staff present hidden behind the camera. There are more important issues to be solved. Don’t worry about the water," the individual wrote.

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know!

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