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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry fighting over money problem rumor debunked


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were allegedly fighting over their finances, according to a report a year ago. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have signed a multi-million deal with Netflix and Spotify last year. However, one outlet claimed that they were still fighting over money. Gossip Cop examined the report.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped back from their royal duties in 2020. They moved to Canada after they carried out their final engagement before settling for good in the United States.

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In their interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex said the royals cut them off financially after they stepped down from their royal duties. Last year, one tabloid claimed Prince Harry and Markle were having a baby amid their financial and marital problems.

According to Life & Style, the couple was fighting over their financial struggles. It also pointed out that they were “not as wealthy as people think.” Furthermore, there was reportedly no sign that they had new funds coming.

The outlet noted that Prince Harry and Markle’s a mortgage and property tax were to blame for their financial struggles. Gossip Cop examined the report and debunked it. According to the rumor-debunking site, the claim that the royal couple is drowning in financial troubles was entirely false.

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Again, they just signed a multi-year, multi-million deal with Netflix and Spotify at the time. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s deal with Netflix was estimated to be worth $100 million. They agreed to produce documentaries, series, features films, scripted shows, and children’s programming.

The outlet noted that if there was something right in the report, it was probably the part where it claimed the duchess was pregnant. Prince Harry and Markle welcomed their second baby, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor on June 4. So, in September 2020, she was already expecting a baby.

However, the rumor-debunking site doubted if the pregnancy report was spot on. According to Gossip Cop, Life & Style always publishes one pregnancy rumor after another with no regard for consistency or accuracy.

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But while the pregnancy news was correct, the tabloid created a completely bogus story out of it. It’s been a year since the story was published and Prince Harry and Markle are still together and doing well despite the alleged marital and financial troubles.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have always been subjected to various rumors. for instance, another outlet, National Enquirer claimed they were snubbed in Hollywood. The report came after they were not spotted at Barack Obama’s 60th birthday. Most of the reports about the Sussexes are false. So, one should take them with a grain of salt.

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Gideon Bjorn

The rumor that Harry and Meghan were experiencing financial difficulties much less arguing about it was debunked within weeks of it first being put out there. There were about 4-5 different news outlets that debunked it.

Rosemarie Rogers

If this is a true article they shouldn’t be doing the things that are doing and spending money they don’t have. They need to learn to live in their budget and start thinking everybody else is going to cover their butts and take care of them. This is in my opinion

Darlene Schlesinger

You and I know that’s it’s not a credible article. But we all know they’ll be those that will read the head lines and believe it. They all have the right to there opinion. But so do we and we read the complete article I’m glad to fine out someone else that read the complete article. Thank You


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