“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arrived at their destination and there have been no reports of accidents, summonses, injuries or arrests.” With these words comes the denial that Prince Harry, his wife Megan Markle, and her mother, Doria Ragland, were involved in a “disastrous car chase” by some paparazzi in New York. The news was quoted by Harry’s spokesperson quoting The Independent. Now to cut the story short, the NYPD, who helped the special security team that protected the family, as reported by The Guardian, BBC.
All of this was to happen on Tuesday night in the Big Apple, after the two attended the awards ceremony. “This relentless pursuit, which lasted more than two hours, resulted in multiple collisions between other road drivers, pedestrians and two NYPD officers,” the spokesperson said in a statement. Harry and Meghan are ‘shake and try’, says a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex who spoke to New York Post. He said, “Their security went out of their way to stop them.” When they left the Ziegfeld Theatre, the couple got into the SUV in which they arrived at the concert, but left the car to catch a taxi. «Police officers – continues the source cited nyp They also tried to stop the photographers, but they ignored the warnings.
Taxi driver version
Even the taxi driver who brought the English couple gives his version to the local press. His name is Sonny Singh and he reported that on the way they were blocked by a garbage truck and suddenly paparazzi arrived and started taking pictures. “They looked nervous, I think they’d been hounded all day or something, but the security guard was there.” But when asked about the fact that it was a near-disastrous hunt, he replied: ‘I don’t think that’s true. I didn’t feel in danger. I think all of this is exaggerated.”
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