Meghan Markle “Warned” By Palace To Stop Talking About Prince Harry Romance?

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By Holly Nicol |

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Has Meghan Markle been “warned” by Kensington Palace to stop talking about her relationship with Prince Harry? That’s the claim from one particularly unreliable website. Gossip Cop can correct this fabrication.

As Gossip Cop reported, Markle covers the October 2017 issue of Vanity Fair, and in the accompanying interview, the “Suits” actress opens up about her romance with the royal for the very first time. Speaking candidly of her relationship with Prince Harry, she says, “We’re in love. I’m sure there will be a time when we will have to come forward and present ourselves and have stories to tell, but I hope what people will understand is that this is our time.”

But according to Celeb Dirty Laundry, which routinely posts inaccurate tales about the royal family, Markle has been “warned” by Kensington Palace to stop talking about Prince Harry in public. Without a single source or a shred of evidence, the site wrongly asserts, “Royal critics can’t believe Meghan would make such a bold move by declaring her love for Prince Harry in a magazine interview.” The untrustworthy outlet goes on to contend, “[If Markle] opens up about her Prince Harry romance in another interview, it might jeopardize their future altogether.”

Of course, here at Gossip Cop, we’re not remotely surprised by CDL’s manufactured report. We’ve repeatedly debunked the bad blog for its stories, which often seem like nothing more than speculation. Recently, we busted the site for falsely alleging Markle was using Prince Harry to “boost” her Hollywood career.

Regardless, Gossip Cop still looked into CDL’s latest claim, and a source close to Markle tells Gossip Cop the article is “not true.” Contrary to the outlet’s assertion, Kensington Palace knew all about Markle’s Vanity Fair interview well in advance of its publication. Additionally, she has not been “warned” by the palace to stop discussing her royal romance. The website’s story is simply made-up.

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