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Rita Ora is "obsessed" with Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle should be worried about the singer's "ambitions" to date the royal, claims Celeb Dirty Laundry. But the entire story is made-up. Gossip Cop can expose this fake news.

During a game of "Hot or Not," Ora purportedly admitted she would "swipe right," a term used on the popular dating app Tinder, if she found the royal's dating profile online. "Prince Harry, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, with no shame in my game," the singer said, prompting CDL to create yet another phony article about Markle's relationship with Prince Harry. In its latest story, the outlet claims Ora is "absolutely obsessed with Prince Harry," and notes she would do "just about anything" to date him.

The often disproven webloid goes on to contend that the British singer "has been crushing on Prince Harry for years," and even though he's in a relationship with the "Suits" actress, Ora has "high hopes that they will someday meet and fall madly in love." The sites ends its article by pointing out the obvious (and hoping to convince its readers that it has genuine royal sources) by stating, "Harry isn't the kind of guy who would jeopardize his relationship with Meghan to be with Rita." Amusingly, just days ago the same unreliable site falsely alleged Prince Harry was cheating on Markle with a "mystery blonde" and could be putting their relationship at risk

With that in mind, Gossip Cop fact-checked the outlet's latest report, and a source close to the situation assures us the entire article is completely "made-up." The webloid, which recently untruthfully claimed Camilla Parker Bowles warned Markle against marrying Prince Harry, seemingly has no royal insiders.

Ora is not "obsessed" with Prince Harry. She was simply answering questions during a game of "Hot to Not" about a handful of different men, including Ed Sheeran. Additionally, Markle has no reason to be "worried" about Ora, as the actress has not even thought about the singer legitimately ending up with her boyfriend. The entire story is just fake news.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.

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