OMG! Harry and Meghan’s VICTIM GAME Takes New Turn Of Events As Megxit Cross All Lines For Publicity

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According to an exclusive Newsweek poll, most Americans believe Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s account of being chased by Paparazzi in New York City.

The couple was followed for over two hours after an awards Gala on May 16.

Despite criticism from Mayor Eric Adams, NYPD, and a taxi driver, 52% of Americans believed their account was accurate, from a representative sample of 1,500. A recent survey conducted by Redfield and Wilton for Newsweek on May 31 showed that younger Americans were more likely to support the Sussexes, with 60% of 18 to 24 year olds viewing their account as accurate.

In contrast, only 43% of 45 to 54 year olds and 35% of 55 to 64 year olds felt the same. Only 26% of respondents were very familiar with the incident, while 41% believed that news organizations that published the images had made the wrong decision.

The Daily Mail in the United Kingdom initially printed the paparazzi images before removing them once the Sussexes’ account of the situation emerged. TMZ did not remove paparazzi footage of Harry and Meghan, despite protests from their camp. This brings to mind the tragic death of Princess Diana, who was killed in a car crash while being pursued by paparazzi.

The couple faced backlash for their account of being followed by paparazzi in New York, with stars like Caitlyn Jenner and Megyn Kelly criticizing their claims.

Despite this criticism, the couple’s popularity remains steady after a slump earlier in the year. What are your thoughts on this situation? Share your opinion in the comments below. Thank you for Reading, and stay tuned for more news on the royal family.

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