MEGHAN MARKLE: Fact-Checked by *Daily Mail*

Written by on March 9, 2021

The day after the explosive Oprah Winfrey interview, a British tabloid fact-checked Meghan Markle.

The Daily Mail has been a constant irritant to Meghan. She successfully sued them for invading her privacy. The paper published a five-page letter she wrote pleading with her father to stop engaging with the tabloids and embarrassing the Royal family.

The Daily Mail claims these are Meghan’s mistruths from Sunday night:

She told Oprah that she did not Google Prince Harry before they dated. (quote) “I never looked up my husband online.” However, her friendly biographers wrote in Finding Freedom, (quote) “Both participants in this blind date did their homework with a thorough Google search.”

There’s dispute about the authenticity of Harry and Meghan’s Kensington Palace backyard “wedding” three days before the televised fancy ceremony from St. George’s Chapel. Strictly according to Church of England rules, the public must have “unrestricted access” to the wedding ceremony. Kensington is off-limits to all but the Royals.

Her son Archie was denied the title of Prince. Meghan hinted that racism played a role. The arcane Royal rules state that princess and prince titles are offered to grandchildren of the monarch. Prince Harry’s children won’t have these titles because he’s not directly in line to the throne like his older brother. Prince William’s four children are princes and princesses.  

About her half-sister, Samantha Markle, she claimed “The last time I saw her must have been at least 18, 19 years.” A photo taken at Samantha’s graduation 13 years ago shows the pair together. (Daily Mail, U.K.)


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