Like every good fairy tale, it starts with the prince meeting a pretty girl and they fall madly in love with each other. In the case of Harry and Balwinder Core, the same should have happened – though not in real life, but over the Internet, as reported by The Sun. For several months, the Indian had been writing with a man who introduced himself to her as Prince Harry – and eventually promised her to marry her. Balwinder, who apparently did not question his identity, was already dreaming of her personal happy ending in a fairytale castle – Until the real prince’s wedding with Meghan Markle on May 19.
But instead of succumbing to the harsh reality, the despised insisted on the promised yes and sued Harry. The real Harry. He must fulfill his marriage promise “immediately”! The Indian authorities demanded the issuance of an international arrest warrant for “Prince Harry Middleton”, son of “Prince Charles Middleton.”
Fortunately Harry W. Megan (39) The Indian court denied the case and did not issue an arrest warrant. When the judge asked her, Balwinder Kaur had to admit that in real life she had never met her alleged fiancé and had never visited Great Britain. Communication between the supposed lovers was only via social media and emails.
A classic case of “love is blind”.