BBC mocked for accidentally using image of Meghan and Harry waxwork on live TV
The segment was discussing Prince Harry's latest eco-travel initiative
During a segment this morning, which discussed Prince Harry's new eco-conscious travel initiative, a screen in the studio behind the presenter and guests showed an image of the royal couple
But viewers were quick to spot that it was actually a photo of their wax figures, and criticise the BBC for a lack of attention to detail – although others clearly found the gaffe highly amusing.
The partnership has a broad brief of "encouraging sustainable tourism practices” by improving conservation, environmental protection and expanding local development.
It comes after heavy criticism towards Meghan and Harry for their use of carbon-heavy private jets despite their championing of environmental issues.
Earlier this year, Madame Tussauds been separated the scuptures to reflect Meghan’s “independent celebrity status”.
The Duchess's waxwork was moved into the “A-list party room” alongside Priyanka Chopra, the Beckhams and Tom Hardy.
The BBC told The Independent that using the photo of the waxworks was "an error that was immediately corrected".