Prince Harry has been warned by a royal expert to be careful of his wife Meghan Markle.

On talkRADIO, Emily Andrews, a royal expert for The Sun, said that the Duke of Sussex needs to be aware of the optics of his relationship with Markle especially if he doesn’t want to turn himself into a celebrity like his wife.

“I think for Harry, I think because after the infamous pictures of him in Las Vegas hotel room, cavorting with strippers and naked swingers, and all that kind of thing, ‘too much army and not enough prince,’ I think he famously said. He actually, the Invictus Games, I don’t think anyone can criticize him for that,” she said (via Express).

Andrews went on to say that the sports competition for those in the military has become a worldwide movement, thanks to the Duke of Sussex. But other than this, the 34-year-old needs to be careful because he married a former actress who quite understandably has a lot of famous friends.

“She is not some country girl from the shires and she is not some unknown frankly from Australia, or wherever. So, I think he does have to be quite careful of the optics of how things work,” Andrews stressed.

The royal expert added that royal fans might get tired of Prince Harry if he decides to turn himself into a celebrity.

In related news, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also made headlines this week after they made a surprise appearance at the WE Day event at the Wembley Arena.

Prince Harry, who serves as the president of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, spoke in front 12,000 schoolchildren and he gave them a to-do list that includes having less screen time and having more face to face time.

He also told the attendees that their main role in the world is to shine the light even though things may seem difficult at times.

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Prince Harry needs to be more careful of Meghan Markle if he doesn't want to turn into a celebrity. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle attend a reception to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace on March 5, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Dominic Lipinski-WPA Pool