“I have nothing to say” to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
In a shocking U-turn, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly planning to stop publishing exposés, sit-in interviews and appearing in major documentaries.
“That period of their lives is over because they have nothing more to say,” the source said. told The Sun about plans to keep the exiled couple out of the limelight.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sensationally resigned as senior members of the royal family in 2021, after which they decided to move permanently to the United States as they continue to pursue “privacy.”
Their move has spawned several high-profile projects, including a six-part Netflix documentary, a bomb sit-down show. Oprah Winfrey interviewand Harry’s protocol-breaking memoir “Spare”.
During a conversation with Oprah, Markle sensationally revealed: Royal family expresses ‘concern’ Discussing with Harry how dark his son Archie is.
she too revealed that she was suicidal While at the palace, she said her concerns were ignored by unhelpful staff.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry has attacked his family several times since hightailing him across the pond, most notably his stepmother, Queen Camilla, who he called a “villain”.
Since then, the Sussexes have been criticized and ridiculed for their shocking revelations, with an episode of the animated sitcom ‘South Park’ showing the royal couple mercilessly ridiculed.
Most recently, the duo’s credibility was called into question when they claimed they were involved in a “nearly devastating” paparazzi car chase in Manhattan.
Last month, a spokeswoman for the Sussexes claimed that Harry, Meghan Markle and their mother, Doria Ragland, were tailed by snappers for two hours.
Prince Harry, 38, and Markle walked out of Midtown’s Ziegfeld Theater with Ragland around 9:50 p.m. He said he couldn’t take a picture.
Shortly after their return, representatives for the two men said the ordeal had occurred “at the hands of a very aggressive gang of paparazzi”.
“This relentless chase lasted more than two hours and resulted in multiple near-collision accidents involving other drivers on the road, pedestrians and two NYPD officers,” Prince Harry’s representative said. ‘ said.
“There is a certain amount of public interest in being a public figure, but you should never sacrifice someone’s safety.”
“The distribution of these images, given how they were obtained, facilitates highly intrusive behavior that is dangerous for all involved,” the statement concludes.
Backgrid USA, the photo agency in question, has countered the allegations, stating that its snappers “had no intention of causing pain or harm, as their only tool was the camera.”
The company refused to hand over footage of the ordeal from the photographer, despite the couple’s request.