Harry and Meghan kiss goodbye to the tabloids

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  • In the UK, Sky News reported on Meghan and Harry’s letter to the tabloid newspapers, effectively telling them they will, from this point forward, be met with zero response from the couple, who now live in Los Angeles, USA.

    Harry and Meghan say they will no longer cooperate with Britain’s tabloid press following their move to Canada.

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    The move, which is an escalation which seemed to be coming, follows months of fairly strong media criticism of the pair. Prince Harry will likely feel very personally aggrieved over the behaviour of the tabloid press towards his wife Meghan, as his mother Princess Diana died in a car accident fleeing from reporters, in 1997, when he was a young boy.

    The couple stepped away from all royal duties earlier this year, after announcing their intention to do so in Christmas period of 2019.

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