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Royal Palace Puts Rumors About Meghan Markle To Rest

by | December 24, 2018

Rumors were swirling this week when it was reported that Meghan Markle had banned Prince Harry from hunting. English newspaper, The Telegraph reported that a source from the palace has denied those claims, saying ‘it’s simply untrue’.

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Royal Palace Puts Rumors About Meghan Markle To Rest

Meghan, a former actress, and known animal lover married the Prince last May. Since then it’s been claimed that she’s been trying to convince Harry to embrace a healthier, more cruelty-free lifestyle by adopting a vegetarian diet and forgoing the traditional Royal family hunting trips.

It was reported last week, that Meghan, who is fiercely against blood-sports, had banned Prince Harry from joining the Royal Family on their traditional Boxing Day pheasant hunt.

The public really seem to be coming for the pregnant royal. They just won’t give her a break. They seem to want to infer a royal feud between William and Harry and that she’s at the root of it. The Royal couple is said to be making a move from Kensington Palace, away from their neighbors the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. There is said to be tension between sisters-in-law. I don’t know why their lives have to be so scrutinized, doesn’t every newlywed couple need their own space?

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Meghan Markle Cradling Her Baby Bump
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Meghan and Harry are expecting the arrival of their first child in the spring of 2019. The Duchess of Sussex was torn to shreds on social media last week after she was shown to be cradling her baby bump at a surprise visit to the fashion awards

The Vegan Society spokesperson, Dominika Piasecka, told the Telegraph that they were delighted with the news that Meghan Markle was trying to persuade the Prince to forgo the traditional pheasant hunt. Saying that even though traditions are important, those involving blood-sports and senseless killings shouldn’t be allowed to continue.


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Julie Nealon

Associate Editor, New York USA | Contactable via Julie@raisevegan.com

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