Is Meghan Markle threatening to leave The Prince Harry on his balding point, as a tabloid said ridiculously this week? Of course not, the story is completely wrong. Gossip Cop examined it and we can demystify it.
The Globe reports this week that the Duchess of Sussex told the Duke that he must “wear more hair or get lost!” This coin is as false as it is stupid.There is absolutely no evidence that Markle gave Prince Harry an ultimatum to the suje t the line of his hair back. The outlet claims to have an insider saying: “Naked Meghan in a social climber obsessed and obsessed with the huge star she never became an actress,” “a bald Harry will not do it.” As a result, the The so-called insider claims: “She threatens to throw him out of bed – and his life – if he does nothing about his retreating broom.”
The article claims that Prince Harry’s bald spot has “doubled since his marriage with the Duchess” and cites a hair transplant surgeon who has never treated the duke said, “You can see a sharp acceleration in his male pattern baldness in recent months,” which could be due to the stress of marriage and paternity, according to the doctor. This quote is taken from a report in a London tabloid published in May. The same doctor said about exactly the same thing six months earlier in November 2018 at the same London tabloid. Of course, he did not mention the stress of fatherhood in his previous report, because the couple’s son, Archie, was not born yet. Nevertheless, the quotation “doubling in size” remained the same. This is just another example of two tabloids recycling a false story to sell papers.
It is also worth emphasizing the strong and petty language that the tabloid uses to refer to Markle in his article. The outlet calls the former actress Suits a failed actress, despite her role in the hit show before her marriage with Harry. She has also been referred to as “social climber” and “diva”, in addition to hinting that she is so superficial that she would divorce her husband from the loss of her hair. It’s the same thing for the tabloid when we talk about Markle. The vitriol got so much worse that Markle and Prince Harry sued for handling the duchess’s backbiting by the medium media.
The Globe per se is not the tabloid sued, but is nevertheless guilty of a lot of venom targeting Markle. In July, the tabloid falsely reported Markle was battling depression and gaining weight after the birth of their son. The publication stated that the Duchess “struggled to cope with motherhood” and “became a compulsive eating machine, gaining an incredible weight of 10 kg” and could “barely get out of the house”. Gossip Cop broke the tabloid for its rude and inaccurate account, and the Duchess can be seen on many photographs of the couple’s recent trip to Africa, as radiant and fit as ever.
In May of this year, the Globe wrote an even more incendiary story, stating that Prince Harry was not the father of Markle’s son ]. The title of the newspaper in the front of the tabloid shouted: “HARRY & # 39; S THE DADDY” in a flagrant false report. There has never been any evidence to suggest that the Duchess was unfaithful, and Archie’s fatherhood was never questioned, as reported Gossip Cop at the time. It is clear that this tabloid is determined to be as bad as possible towards the royal couple. This last laughable article on the hair of the prince is another example of the malice that can have a point of sale.