The British royal family’s team of photographers took to Twitter to complain about RAM’s “woeful service.”
Rabat – Pictures of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle’s visit to Morocco are flooding social media, but not everything has gone according to plan.
The duke and duchess of Sussex came along with a team of official photographers, and all three of them have taken to Twitter to denounce Royal Air Maroc (RAM) for losing their baggage.
According to a tweet from Mark Cuthbert, one of the royal photographers, seven members of the media had no baggage upon arrival, and five of them have “gone the whole trip without them.” He complained that RAM refused to even give them a lost baggage reference number and accused RAM of having “woeful service.”
Tim Rooke, another royal photographer, tweeted that after three days he still has not received his luggage. He claimed that RAM “won’t even file a missing bag report.”
Still no bags after 3 days of #RoyalVisitMorocco booked through @British_Airways for @Iberia_en flight rebooked on @RAM_Maroc apparently leagal responsibility of final carrier yet @RAM_Maroc won’t even file a missing bag report #catch22
— Rookie (@royalfocus1) February 25, 2019
The third photographer, Arthur Edwards, then tweeted that “after many visits to Rabat lost luggage I was told that the bag is still at Heathrow. I hope when I get to London tonight my bag is not on its way to Morocco.”
The three photographers have a combined Twitter following of 164,000.