PropertyPrince Harry, 38, and his wife, Meghan Markle, 41, decided to bypass the paparazzi outside the Ziegfeld Hall on Tuesday night. The couple wanted to give the waiting paparazzi a photo of themselves after the award ceremony. That reports Page Six. A spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said the couple were involved in a “near-disastrous car chase” shortly afterwards.
The couple’s decision is pretty remarkable, as Chris Sanchez, a former member of Barack Obama’s Secret Service, led their security. He is known as the “Back Door King” because he is able to sneak celebrities out of prestigious events unnoticed. And so Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had other options to leave the event after Meghan accepted the Woman with a Vision award.
Chris is one of the best bodyguards ever. He’s very smart,” a source close to Page Six told. “He’s worked a lot with Harry and Meghan — including in New York — and always made sure they didn’t see each other. Chris can take anyone out without ever being seen.” It raises questions about how all this happened.
look. Driver Harry and Meghan also run into a wild chase
A source close to the couple told Page Six that around 10 p.m., Harry and Meghan decided to leave the awards ceremony and give waiting paparazzi their picture. “They were willing to give everyone a picture when they left the event. That wasn’t the problem. The problem was that they were followed afterward,” the source said. However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex never stopped posing widely. Harry and Meghan’s security prevented the paparazzi to an extent. Big until the two climbed into the waiting SUV.Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, accompanied the couple.
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They stayed in New York at a secret location on the Upper East Side. And the only way to find out where they were chasing. 12 paparazzi followed Prince Harry and SUV Meghan Markle. The police tried to get rid of the paparazzi, but they were unsuccessful. Prince Harry took a video from inside the car. He films a photographer riding on a sidewalk next to them and one car nearly collides with another. According to a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, he chased them across New York for two hours in an “almost disastrous” chase. According to the taxi driver who drove the couple, that term was a bit exaggerated and it wasn’t too bad how dangerous the trip was.
New York Mayor Eric Adams, 62, who used to be a police officer, also had some doubts about Prince Harry and Meghan’s story: “I can’t imagine a chase happened at such a high speed for two hours.” That’s also practically impossible in crowded New York. , but called the pursuit “reckless and irresponsible”. “We can all remember how his mother died.” There were no accidents or arrests.
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Photo agency denies that Harry and Megan were in danger during the chase: “No close collision”
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