Experts admit Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have ended up ‘misunderstanding’ their take to privacy after moving forward with Megxit plans.
This claim was made by royal author Daniela Elser and in her new piece for News.com.au he wrote, “What is more interesting here is the paparazzi situation, which is to say, there has not been one.”
“Not a single image has emerged of William and Kate either flying to France or on French soil which is a far, far cry from the days when Fleet Street and photo agencies’ most rapacious and relentless snappers doggedly trailed anyone with an HRH.”
“And there is a certain cruel irony here when you contrast this state of play with the reality that Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, now face, having traded royal working life for ‘peace’ in the US, far, far away from the long arm of the courtiers and the British press they dislike so intensely.”
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