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Prince Harry’s Hollywood hangout: Solo snap sparks speculation sans Meghan Markle



The Duke of Sussex has been spotted hobnobbing with A-list TV personalities while Meghan Markle was notably absent. Prince Harry, known for his mingling with Hollywood’s elite in California, was recently seen posing cheerfully alongside two stars from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”

Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton, from the hit show, captured the moment with the former royal in a snap that’s now buzzing across Instagram. Although the picture was taken last September, it’s only just surfacing, prompting the question: ‘Where’s Meghan?’

The scene unfolded at a football match between Inter Miami CF and Los Angeles at the FC BMO Stadium in LA. The event was star-studded, featuring the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, and Selena Gomez, where Harry was seen enjoying the game among the celebrities.

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Meanwhile, amidst this social affair, Meghan seems to have faced a setback with her anticipated book release. Rumours swirl around her plans for a memoir following the publication of her husband Harry’s memoir “Spare.” However, recent updates from publishers indicate a potential delay in her book’s progress.

Reportedly, Meghan might need to submit at least three chapters before receiving any payment, a requirement raising doubts about the book’s content and its potential publication. Royal commentator Neil Sean discussed these hurdles, indicating a possible source of dismay for the former working royals.

Adding to the mix, Neil highlighted Meghan and Harry’s apparent confusion regarding different rules applied to other members of the Royal Family. He particularly pointed out the contrast in treatment between Sarah, the Duchess of York, who appears on TV shows using her royal title and promoting her work, and Meghan and Harry’s perceived restrictions in similar pursuits.


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