In May, they felt threatened by paparazzi in New York. However, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are now returning to the city of millions.
The basics in a nutshell
- Prince Harry and Meghan were subjected to a car chase in New York last May.
- Now the Sussexes are back in the city of millions.
Five months after being hounded by paparazzi in New York, Prince Harry (39 years old) and Megan Macleay (42 years old) are back.
Next week, they will participate in the first summit of the Archewell Foundation, according to the American “People” magazine. This is happening in the Big Apple. Parents whose children are affected by the influences of social media are especially invited.
Prince Harry and Meghan meet their parents
The Parents Summit is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, October 10 – World Mental Health Day. It is designed to help families manage children’s mental health and well-being in the digital age.
A Sussex spokesperson said: “The families have been working with the Archewell Foundation for a year to strengthen the community and provide solutions.”
Prince Harry and Meghan will discuss mental health in a panel discussion with US surgeon Vivek Murthy.
Harry and Meghan have long made mental health a core aspect of their work. In recent years, you have supported World Mental Health Day with a number of campaigns.
Do you follow the news about Harry and Meghan?
Yes, there is always something going on.
No, I’m not interested.
Fuss about the chase
A recent stay in New York has caused some excitement. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Women of Vision gala in May. Meghan Markle received the Feminist Award there. The evening proceeded normally until the Sussexes left the event.
At the time, her return home was marred by an “almost disastrous pursuit by a group of very aggressive paparazzi.” At least that’s what the spokesman for the ducal couple claimed.
The chase nearly ended in a collision with other vehicles, pedestrians and two NYPD officers. official speaker. “Although being a public figure brings with it (…) a level of attention from the public, this should not come at the expense of anyone’s safety.”
It appears that photographers followed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle through the streets of the city, which is home to millions, for about two hours.
Whether the scenes were truly as dangerous as the Sussexes described has been the subject of intense debate. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s taxi driver has contradicted her spokesperson’s account. There was never a dangerous situation.
The Mayor of New York condemned the actions of the photographers. However, he expressed doubts that a manhunt would take place in New York. Traffic in the Big Apple moves slowly.
The ducal couple subsequently received much ridicule on social media and in the British and American press. Let’s hope your next visit will be quieter.
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