Meghan Markle dropped several bombshell revelations in her latest interview but a royal expert has exposed one as not being true.
Speaking to The Cut, the Duchess of Sussex complained that she and Prince Harry would be hassled by photographers on the school run had they remained living in the UK.
Chris Ship who is the royal editor at ITV, has taken to Twitter to object to Meghan's claim, exposing it as false and explained Prince William and Kate Middleton have no such problem.
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In a week where Meghan has been blasted for quoting an actor who likened her wedding celebrations to those of Nelson Mandela's freedom, Chris has added to the interview's criticism.
He explained: "Meghan said if she had stayed in the Royal Family, she’d have 40 photographers taking pictures when she did Archie’s school run. But not what happens: William & Kate take and pick up George/Charlotte without any cameras."
He added: "The only time cameras allowed for school run is on the first day at school.
"The only 2 cameras are permitted (one TV, one photo) who agree to share footage with other broadcasters and publications. Is simply wrong for #meghan to claim there would be “40 people snapping pictures”."
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Piers Morgan responded by saying: "Good to see a top ITV news journalist calling out Markle’s lies… just hope he still has his job by tomorrow."
Chris replied: "Simple facts @piersmorgan.
"There are no cameras at the school run for George & Charlotte. if there ever are, no UK publication buys them. On a first day at school, palace allows TWO cameras with school permission to film and then share with everyone."
Australian TV host Natalie Barr labelled Meghan Markle a 'tosser' in an extraordinary on-air rant about her Nelson Mandela comparison.
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The former Suits actress, 41, claimed she was told by a cast member of the Lion King in 2019 that South Africans had 'danced in the street' when she married Prince Harry – just like they did when 'Mandela was freed from prison'..
Sunrise host Natalie claimed that she could not even stomach reading Meghan’s latest interview with New York magazine The Cut, saying she found it “too hard”.
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