Prince Harry Draws Parallel Between Recent Car Chase with Paparazzi and Tragic Incident That Claimed Princess Diana’s Life

 Prince Harry Draws Parallel Between Recent Car Chase with Paparazzi and Tragic Incident That Claimed Princess Diana’s Life

Prince Harry Likens Recent Car Chase With Paparazzi to the One That Killed His Mother, Princess Diana

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been vindicated nine months after being accused of lying about their two-hour car chase with paparazzi. According to the Daily Beast, the couple’s recount of the scary experience was initially mocked and ridiculed. However, the NYPD has now confirmed their experience, labeling the paparazzi’s behavior as “reckless” and “persistently dangerous.” In fact, the NYPD has gathered enough evidence to potentially charge two of the pursuers over the chase.

The incident occurred after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the Ms. Foundation’s Women of Vision Awards gala in New York City. They were allegedly being chased by a ring of highly aggressive paparazzi, likely trying to ascertain their whereabouts during their visit to NYC. The couple’s driver attempted to evade the paparazzi for nearly two hours, leaving them feeling shaken.

Prince Harry compared the car chase to the one that resulted in the death of his mother, Princess Diana, in 1997. He described it as the “closest I have ever felt” to understanding what his mother went through. Despite their account, the validity of their story has been questioned by some, including paparazzi drivers, witnesses, and bodyguards.

While witnesses have provided conflicting testimonies, some have supported Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s version of events. Eric Adams, the current mayor of New York City, criticized the car chase as “reckless and irresponsible.” The NYPD confirmed the involvement of several paparazzi drivers but noted that there were no collisions, injuries, or arrests resulting from the incident.

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