Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently did a sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey, where they made several bombshell revelations. However, a tabloid claimed that the Duke of Sussex was trapped in hell.
Prince Harry was held hostage in his home after his wife, Meghan Markle, brainwashed him, Globe reported. The Duchess of Sussex also allegedly used the cruel death of his mother, Princess Diana, to keep him under control.
Markle used the late Princess of Wales’ narrative to convince Prince Harry that history is repeating itself. She wanted him to feel that the royals are targeting her, and they are hellbent on destroying her like his mom, an anonymous insider said.
The duchess also convinced her husband that escaping Britain is the only way to save her life, the bogus source continued. The anonymous tipster added that instead of being trapped in the U.K., Prince Harry was trapped in “another life he hates – a stranger in a strange land with no friends and no place to turn for comfort.”
Gossip Cop investigated the report and debunked it because the publication was clearly shading the Duchess of Sussex. The rumor-debunking site also noted that the same tabloid accused Meghan Markle of staging her miscarriage.
Prince Harry is not brainwashed, and he is never alone in California. In fact, the Duke of Sussex just appeared on James Corden’s Late Late Show.
Gossip Cop noticed that Globe has so much hatred for Markle and would rather believe that she’s an evil woman than hear her words. Also, during Prince Harry and Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, both clearly explained why they wanted to live their own life, and it has something about prioritizing their own family, which both clearly agreed on.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey for the CBS special received mixed responses from the viewers. Royal experts, including Dickie Arbiter, Queen Elizabeth II’s former spokesman for 12 years, shared his thoughts about it.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s reaction to the Queen after she stripped them of their patronages and military honors was rude and immature, according to Arbiter. Royal author Robert Jobson also found the Sussexes’ statement rude.
Meanwhile, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams felt that Prince Harry and Markle’s language appeared to lecture the Queen. The monarch decided to remove their patronages and military titles, saying they won’t have time for public service. However, the royal couple fired back saying, they would continue to live a life of service because “service is universal.”
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