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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take on the British Press

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Prince Harry is fed up with the British Press! According to a royal insider, Prince Harry reportedly ignored the advice of some of his most senior aides when he chose not to inform his father and brother William about his plans to strike back at the British Press. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their plans to pursue legal action against the British Media outlet Daily Mail on Sunday after they published a private handwritten letter the Duchess had sent to her estranged father.

Harry, the Duke of Sussex, 35, has accused the British Press of ‘relentless propaganda’ and ‘bullying.’ He fears for the safety of wife Meghan and their son.

Prince Harry said in a statement: “I lost my mother and now I watch my wife falling victim to the same powerful forces.”

Royal sources claim that Harry was warned not to publish the statement  to the British press while he and Meghan were still on their publicly-funded tour of five southern African countries.

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The royal tour began Sept. 23 in Cape Town, South Africa.

Thus far, the Royals at Buckingham Palace have not responded to the claims.

South Africa Facts
1. The longest continuous wine route on earth is found in South Africa.

2. It is the largest meat producer in Africa.

3. Table Mountain is one of the oldest mountains on the planet.

4. South Africa is the only country in the world where right-hand drive cars are produced by Mercedes Benz.

5. The Bloukrans Bridge is the highest bridge for bungee jumping in the world.

6. The variety of flower species found on Table Mountain number more than those found in the entire United Kingdom.

7. Rovos Rail is the most lavish train in the world.

8. South Africa’s lion, wildebeest, cheetah and springbok, are four of the seven fastest mammals on earth.

9. Boulders Beach, Cape Town, is where you can swim with colonies of Jackass penguins.

10. With more than 6 million trees in Johannesburg, it is believed to be the site of the largest man-made forest on earth.
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11. The biggest and oldest one-day marathon in the world, the Comrades Marathon, is run between Durban and Pietermaritzburg, in Kwazulu Natal.

12. Although the Blyde River Canyon is only rated third largest in the world, it is believed to be the biggest “green” one on earth.