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The daughter of musical legend Paul Mc Cartney stayed close to her husband of 14 years Alisdhair, who looked dapper in a cream suit.Stella was spotted at Wimbledon earlier today, and looked every inch the fashion expert in her androgynous get up.’Royal author Robert Jobson last night warned that Buckingham Palace should not be seen as a ‘party venue for millionaires’, particularly when the Queen is about to receive £370million of public money for a top-to-toe refit.He said: ‘It seems odd to me that if you have the money or connections then the Palace – a building funded by the British taxpayer –can be used in this way for a selected few.The fashion designer, who likes to keep her six-year-old daughter out of the spotlight is 'spitting feathers' after the snapshot went viral, according to The Sun.Furious: Stella Mc Cartney is said to be furious with Victoria and David Beckham for sharing a picture of her daughter Reiley Willis posing alongside Harper and her schoolfriends at the tea party, hosted by Prince Andrew A source close to Stella told the paper: 'Stella is spitting feathers about it because she always tries to keep her kids out of the public eye and never posts about them on her own social media accounts.'She is especially furious because she has an OBE and has nothing but respect for the royal family.Eugenie, 27, who is eighth in line to the throne, can be seen kneeling down with her arms around two of Harper’s five friends.Underneath the picture, David wrote: ‘Lucky Harper meeting a real life princess at the Palace x.’A third photograph shows Harper on her own, holding a red balloon in the Palace’s central quadrangle, with the message from mother Victoria: ‘Our little birthday princess x Kisses.’As the pictures went viral – being viewed several million times within hours – both the Beckhams and Buckingham Palace came under fire online.
The mother-of-four kept her head down as she strode into the grounds on day 11 of the championship.If it is just for the rich and famous it is simply not right.‘The Palace is the venue for glittering state occasions but when it is used – or misused like this – surely the public is entitled to know how it came about, who organised it, was money paid and why it is only open to rich and famous ex-footballers.’The sports star yesterday posted a further picture of himself and Harper at the Palace, this time with his mother Sandra.He wrote: ‘One last picture of the birthday girl ...One critic wrote: ‘If you have enough money you can buy anything!!’Another said: ‘Is this a new commercial venture by the Royal Family or do all little princesses now get an invite?