Prince Harry handed major ‘slap on the wrist’ by Meghan Markle after discussing their age

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Prince Harry jokingly ended up getting a complete ‘slap on the wrist’ for discussing his and Meghan Markle’s age.This claim has been made by royal expert Rachel Bowie and during her appearance on the Royally Us podcast she claimed, “If I could slap him on the wrist for this, I would – just like Meghan verbally did.



She’s like ‘Stop it, you can’t keep saying that’.”Shortly thereafter co-host Roberta Fiorito chimed into the conversation and admitted, “Very politely but maybe later she was like seriously, I’m 40.



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He was 35 at the time of this so she was obviously 38 or 39 but still, come on Harry, you’re never too old.” For those unversed, the conversation started when Prince Harry wouldn’t stop referencing their ages during a Zoom call with the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust this past August.



Meghan Markle, Prince Harry ‘gave very clear political message’ with wedding choices.



Meghan Markle, Prince Harry reportedly sent a ‘clear message’ to the Firm with their ‘political’ wedding choice.Meghan Markle, Prince Harry reportedly sent a “very clear message” to the royal family through their rather political wedding choice.


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This claim has been made in a Channel 5 documentary by Tiwa Adebayo, titled Fergie and Meghan: Inconvenient Royals.



There she claimed, “I think there’s every sign that the marriage of Harry and Meghan marked the beginning of something different, or at least Meghan wanted to curate things in her own way.



”There she highlighted how the Sussex’s wedding décor choices played a political role and served the royal family a very clear message in the end.


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She was also quoted saying, “For Meghan, being a woman of colour, having a gospel choir that was mostly black and having a black minister as well.”



“Whilst that might not seem political and perhaps it shouldn’t be seen as political, it absolutely was a political choice and I think she was trying to send a very clear message. She wasn’t going to be leaving behind who she was.”


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