- The media have been full of reports about “Harry & Meghan’s million-dollar LA home.”
- The problem is, the property doesn’t belong to them, despite how the media frame their coverage.
- The couple needs a decade to pay back a bill of $3 million to Harry’s family. It’s safe to say that somewhere like Tyler Perry’s pad is a tad outside their budget.
I’ve noticed a rather disturbing trend of late when it comes to media coverage of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
In fact, I kind of understand where the couple is coming from when they claim that the media relies almost exclusively on writing lies about them to draw clicks to their articles.
A prime example would be this piece here.
Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s “glitzy LA home” isn’t actually theirs
Yeah, most people with half a brain cell are perfectly aware that the $18 million mansion that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are couch-surfing in belongs to Tyler Perry.
The media knows exactly what it’s doing using the headlines and narrative that it is. Being creative with the truth to pander to the Markolytes and get those clicks that both Meghan and Prince Harry are so vehemently against.
Of course, Meghan and Harry are only opposed to negative media coverage
I don’t think we’ll see Meghan Markle or Prince Harry take to task any of the media outlets falling over themselves to suggest that the mansion they’re squatting in is actually theirs.
Of course not. That’s lies and selective journalism of the good kind, right? It’s making Meghan and Harry look good, so it’s perfectly fine.
This is something that we need to bear in mind about this deluded couple. It isn’t media attention in general that they’re opposed to. It’s the media attention that doesn’t paint them in a positive light.
Calling Meghan Markle out on her actions and her ambitions are bad. Painting her as the victim and blaming those around her for her shortcomings and failures is good.
That’s the narrative that Meghan and Harry are currently attempting to strong-arm the British media into.
They’re going to fail on that front, of course. But it does highlight their agenda to all who are intelligent enough to see it.
Meghan Markle & Prince Harry decided to beef up on security at the $18 million mansion. The results were hilarious
I’m sure we’ve all heard the old saying, “you can’t buy class.”
It’s true, and we’re seeing an example of it with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in LA.
You can put the couple in an $18 million mansion, and they’ll have a fifty dollar Walmart screen erected outside the grounds.
When I first saw the pathetic fence being put in place, I actually felt sorry for Meghan Markle.
Is this what it’s come to? From the class and quiet dignity of Frogmore to making cheap alterations to a multimillion-dollar LA mansion that the couple isn’t even paying rent for?
Meghan Markle & Prince Harry need a decade to repay $3 million to Harry’s family
The Mirror in the UK asked if Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would be at the property long enough to redecorate.
What exactly could Harry and Meghan do that would improve an $18 million mansion? Have you seen the photos Tyler Perry has posted on his social media? It’s safe to say that Perry, with a reported net worth of $600 million, has that covered.
We’re talking about a couple here who had to ask for a decade to pay off just shy of $3 million!
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arranged a “payment plan” of $21,000 per month with Harry’s family to repay them for renovations made to Frogmore Cottage.
Does that sound like a couple with cash to throw around?
No, they’re relying on the goodwill of friends and associates to provide them free accommodation. They’re putting up pathetic security screens. They’re arranging decade-long payment plans with Harry’s family.
What next? Reports that Meghan Markle is struggling to make the minimum payment on her VISA bill?
This whole situation is becoming embarrassing.
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This article was edited by Samburaj Das.