Prince Harry, Meghan, and Meghan’s mother were caught in a perilous car chase with paparazzi following their attendance at the Ms Foundation Women of Vision Awards in New York.
A spokesperson for Prince Harry described the incident as “near catastrophic,” lasting for over two hours.
The pursuit involved close calls with other vehicles, pedestrians, and law enforcement officers.
The authenticity of the incident is yet to be independently verified by echonews.com
The spokesperson emphasized that public figures should never compromise their safety for the sake of public interest.
They expressed concern over the dissemination of these images, as they were obtained through intrusive and dangerous means.
The New York Police Department has not yet confirmed its awareness of the incident.
The awards ceremony marked the first public appearance of the couple since the King’s Coronation, and they were accompanied by Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.
The tragic death of Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, in a car crash in Paris while being pursued by photographers serves as a poignant reminder of the dangers associated with such situations.
In an interview for the documentary “Diana, 7 Days,” Prince Harry vividly described the paparazzi as a relentless pack of dogs, constantly harassing and provoking his mother.
Recently, Prince Harry’s legal representative argued in a London court for the opportunity to challenge a government decision that denied him police protection while in the UK.