Camilla Parker Bowles Warns Meghan Markle Not To Marry Prince Harry Is Fake News

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Camilla Parker Bowles Warn Meghan Markle Marriage Prince Harry

By Holly Nicol |

Camilla Parker Bowles Warn Meghan Markle Marriage Prince Harry

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Did Camilla Parker Bowles warn Meghan Markle against marrying Prince Harry? That’s the claim from one particularly unreliable website. Gossip Cop can bust this sensational report.

According to the repeatedly discredited Celeb Dirty Laundry, the Duchess of Cornwall is “not happy” about Markle’s relationship with Prince Harry, and is “begging” the actress not to marry him. Without any reputable sources or evidence, the often disproven site claims, “Camilla warned Markle that she will make her life a living hell” if she ever accepts a proposal from Prince Harry, and told her “she’s not welcome into the royal family.”

What’s more, and again, without any basis or truth, the Duchess allegedly thinks Markle has “something up her sleeve” and doesn’t believe the actress is “good enough” for the royal. And on one final, unrelated note, the webloid concludes, “[Bowles] thinks the brunette beauty is dating Prince Harry just to increase her star.”

Gossip Cop, however, checked in with an impeccable and trustworthy royal insider, and we’re assured the entire report is 100 percent “false.” With CDL’s terrible track record, we were almost certain the story would be bogus, but unlike other outlets, we’re committed to fact-checking. The Duchess of Cornwall did not warn Markle against marrying Prince Harry, and any claims made otherwise are simply not true.

Unfortunately, we’re not remotely surprised by CDL’s latest report, as the bad blog has a tendency to create imaginary feuds between the “Suits” actress and members of the royal family. In June, Gossip Cop busted the website for falsely alleging Kate Middleton was “envious” of how Prince Harry spoils Markle. And shortly before that tall tale, we corrected the outlet for wrongly claiming Middleton was “jealous” of Markle’s “sexy confidence.” Neither report was true, and the same goes for this latest work of fiction.

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