It was strange that nobody in NYC noticed the supposed two-hour “near catastrophic” high-speed car chase of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by “a ring of highly aggressive paparazzi.”
In a city gridlocked with traffic, even Mayor Eric Adams said he found the claim by the royal grifters “hard to believe”.
The NYPD rained on their parade, too: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at their destination and there were no reported collisions, summonses, injuries, or arrests in regard.”
The taxi driver who ferried the couple home after their event Tuesday at the Ziegfeld Theater told The Washington Post that he would not call it a “chase, adding that he felt safe during the ride.”
The Harkles are suffering relevance deprivation syndrome and a bad case of jealousy after Princess Kate and Prince William shone at the Coronation.
This drama is an attempt to grab the spotlight after nobody in New York noticed they were here.
Coincidentally, as Page Six reported, the incident occurred “hours after Harry was told that UK police are not for hire” in his legal battle demanding taxpayer funded security.
A timeline of the alleged car chase issued by the NYPD, says Harry and Meghan didn’t want paparazzi to know where they were staying.
So they were driven around Manhattan aimlessly for one hour and 15 minutes to create drama rather than driving a few minutes to their accommodation on the Upper East Side.
Footage for the next Netflix series?
This story originally appeared on NYPost