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Meghan Markle NSFW Photos Story Is Fake News

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Meghan Markle X-Rated Photos

By Shari Weiss |

Meghan Markle X-Rated Photos

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There are no “X-rated photos” of Meghan Markle that will make Queen Elizabeth “blush.” This is 100 percent fake news designed to exploit the actress’ engagement to Prince Harry. Gossip Cop can expose what’s going on.

Hours after it was announced Markle and Prince Harry are engaged, RadarOnline is trying to entice readers with a headline blaring, “SO SCANDALOUS! X-Rated Meghan Markle Photos That Will Make The Queen Blush.” The site asks, “Is that a royal nip slip?” No one can get the answer without clicking through the webloid’s photo gallery, which doesn’t actually feature a single “X-rated” picture or a “nip slip.”

Still, the outlet asserts Markle is “not your ordinary royal” because more than a decade prior to embarking on a romance with Prince Harry, “she was a curvy, cheeky starlet who posed nearly-naked for racy photoshoots!” Contends the online publication, “Back when she was first trying to make it big in Hollywood, she posed for more than a few scandalous shoots, ones the Queen certainly would not approve of.” The blog even salaciously asks next to one of the pictures, “Looking back at sexy shots of the LA-native, is that a nipple that is seen poking out from under her skin-tight white top?”

But nothing is “poking out,” and Markle isn’t “nearly naked” in any of the snapshots. She is completely clothed in every single photo in the gallery. They are simply run-of-the-mill publicity pictures, with not a single aspect making them qualify as “X-rated” or even R-rated. Yet the webloid maintains, “The strict royal family now has to accept the fact that countless X-rated photos of the soon-to-be American royal are now circling the internet more than ever before!” The site even wonders if the “fiery snaps” will make Queen Elizabeth “change her mind” about the marriage, despite Buckingham Palace writing on Twitter that she is “delighted” over the engagement.

The pictures in question, however, have been circulating online since long before Prince Harry proposed to Markle this month. If they were really such an issue, and there is no legitimate reason why they should be, Queen Elizabeth would’ve put the kibosh on the relationship some time ago. What’s also notable is that in this gallery of non-scandalous images, RadarOnline did not include what it said nearly a year ago were topless photos of Markle. Apparently the outlet has since accepted that those pictures were not actually of the actress, as Gossip Cop rightly reported at the time. But the commonality is that the publication tried to dupe readers with fake news then and is clearly trying to do so again now.

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