Prince Harry and Meghan Markle involved in ‘near catastrophic car chase’
The incident occurred in New York.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and Meghan Markle’s mother were involved in a ‘near catastrophic car chase” in New York, a spokesman for Prince Harry has said.
"This relentless pursuit, lasting over two hours, resulted in multiple near collisions involving other drivers on the road, pedestrians and two NYPD (New York Police Department) officers," the spokesperson added.
The couple were in New York for a ceremony that saw Markle pick up an award for her humanitarian work. Sky News has more on the story:
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Meghan Markle addressed crowd at Manhattan event
Addressing the Ms Foundation for Women's 50th anniversary event, in Manhattan, on Tuesday, Meghan Markle told those in attendance:
"You can charter a path in which what you repeat in your daily acts of service, in kindness, in advocacy, in grace and in fairness, that those become the very things that are recognised by the next wave of women, both young and old."
"You can charter a path," she added, "in which what you repeat in your daily acts of service, in kindness, in advocacy, in grace and in fairness, that those become the very things that are recognised by the next wave of women, both young and old, who will also choose this moment to join the movement and make our vision for an equitable world reality."
Princess Diana, Harry's mother, passed away in Paris, in 1997, when the car she was travelling in, which was being pursued by paparazzi crashed.
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